Tokyo Police Club News Round-Up!
July 14th 2010
The music video for "Wait Up (Boots of Danger)" was featured on the front
Tokyo Police Club on Letterman
June 29th 2010
Tokyo Police Club performed "Wait Up" on Letterman last night. Check it out:
Tokyo Police Club on Letterman tonight!
June 28th 2010
Catch Tokyo Police Club performing “Wait Up (Boots of Danger)” on the Late Show
New Tokyo Police Club (Champ) out now!
June 8th 2010
The new Tokyo Police Club album, "Champ" is out now! Check out this remix
“Champ” reviewed on Consequence of Sound!
June 3rd 2010
Check out the great review HERE!
Tokyo Police Club’s new video for “Breakneck Speed”
May 19th 2010
Tokyo Police Club – Breakneck Speed TOKYO POLICE CLUB | MySpace Music Videos
Tokyo Police Club, the Newmarket Ontario quartet hailed by Rolling Stone as “poised to become the biggest Canadian export since Molson,” have signed an exclusive U.S. recording deal with mom+pop. The band is currently recording its second full-length album, with an expected release projected for early 2010.
Tokyo Police Club is made up of Greg Alsop (drums), Josh Hook (guitar), David Monks (vocals, bass) and Graham Wright (keys/percussion). The band formed in 2005 and released its debut EP A Lesson In Crime the following year to instant and universal acclaim, with Entertainment Weekly raving “we can hardly wait for the full length.” One more EP, a digital-only single and a few laps around the world later, Tokyo Police Club’s debut album, Elephant Shell was released in April 2008. Elephant Shell’s release was preceded by multiple sold out shows in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto, and followed by appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson and, oddly enough, Desperate Housewives. Critical response to the full length was even more enthusiastic and diverse, with the likes of GQ (“Strokes-caliber catchiness”), Elle (“a smart, furiously played sugar-rush debut”) and Men’s Health (“an aural adrenaline rush all the way”) all lavishing praise. The band toured relentlessly to support Elephant Shell, appearing in the U.S. as recently as the August 2009 All points West Festival.