We all love charades, especially the ones that end up with a free new track from Interpol. Following the release of their fifth studio album El Pintor, the band teamed up with Shepard Fairey (responsible for Antics' cover art) to create a mural in Brooklyn inspired by their single 'Everything is Wrong'. The design (which you can see above) features the anagrams "The Very Growing Sin" and "Every Wrong Insight", and also the coordinates of Interpol's new site, where you can grab a download of 'Everything Is Wrong', plus an unreleased track 'What Is What'. All you need to do is type the single's name in the designated box.

"The lyrics to 'Everything Is Wrong' are open to interpretation," Fairey says about the decision of creating a mural based on the track, "but whether the song is about hard living, relationship failures, wear and tear on the environment, or an empire mentality, regret for poor decisions seems to be the theme. I decided to explore the idea of being complicit in a personal relationship or a relationship with a system that one realizes is unhealthy."