Interpol Band Members Tweet Their Tale Of Survival Amidst New York Snowstorm

Image: Interpol 2014-11-20 09:40:24 UTC Interpol (the band, not the agency) is trapped in the monster snowstorm that hit Buffalo, New York this week. The band's bus has been completely stuck in snow for more than 48 hours now, and the band has already been forced to cancel two shows in Toronto and Montreal. "Its with great regret that we have to announce the cancellation of our show tomorrow night in Montreal. Weve been stranded in a snowstorm outside of Buffalo for over 40 hours and still dont know when well be able to move from our current position," the band wrote on its official website Wednesday. Source:

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Snowstorm traps rock band Interpol - Yahoo News

View photo This November 19, 2014 photo courtesy of the Office of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo shows a view of the turnpike near Buffalo, New York during a major snowstorm (AFP Photo/) New York (AFP) - Wednesday's epic snowstorm turned a drive of a few hours into a two-day wintry slog for rock band Interpol, thwarted in its valiant effort to keep its Canada gigs. The band missed a performance late Tuesday in Toronto and canceled another in Montreal for Thursday after being caught in the blizzard that trapped the musicians in their bus for more than 40 hours. The New York-based group tweeted pictures Wednesday of their bus stuck in mounds of snow near Buffalo, New York. "Dry goods and vodka. Source: