Matt linked to this yesterday, and being a quasi-Interpol fan, I figured I'd check it out. It's pretty cool. After downloading the album, I think this is really the stand-out track. But I've felt like that about much of Interpol's work--they've always had a few tracks, ("No Exit," "Evil") but never put together a full album that I really liked.
Nadia Lopez didn't think anybody cared about her middle school. Then Humans of New York told her story to the Internet—and everything changed.