The alter ego of Interpol’s Paul Banks, Julian Plenti’s musical career is in fact slightly longer than that of Banks’ other project: Banks conceived of Plenti in 1996 and began performing as an acoustic solo artist in 1998, playing venues like the Knitting Factory and Tobacco Road. He continuing writing and carrying out as Plenti while Interpol’s popularity grew, but Plenti required a sabbatical around 2003. In 2006, Banking institutions revived the Plenti function when he started tinkering with the documenting software Reasoning Pro and demoed fresh and old tunes. In 2008, Banking institutions recorded final variations from the Plenti tunes with string and brass areas, aswell as close friends like Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino, Ratatat’s Mike Stroud, Stiff Jesus’ Striker Manley, as well as the Occasion’s Charles Burst. The outcomes, Julian Plenti Is usually Skyscraper, found its way to summer 2009.