"Tokyo Police Club recently performed at the 2010 Coachella festival, and indulged in many fun-filled adventures during their weekend in Indio, Calif. Once it was over, however, the band packed up their things and headed north to Los Angeles, where they managed to get "in" everywhere.
From hotels to sporting events, the Canadian four-piece made the best of their pit stop in L.A. Watch this video from the guys as they take in palm trees and parking lots in sunny California. Tokyo Police Club’s sophomore album ‘Champ,’ is due out on June 8."
From Spinner.com: "Tokyo Police Club recently performed at the 2010 Coachella festival, but the Canadian rock group experienced more than just a sun-soaked set. The band spent time with friends, talked about their new album, ‘Champ,’ and took part in a little bit of mischief, which is all documented in their exclusive Coachella webisode.
In the video, the four-piece is shown driving to Indio, Calif., singing ditties and remarking on the traffic. The band is seen hanging out backstage and doing an interview with a local radio station regarding their forthcoming release. The DJ asks whether the band had more money to spend on high-end equipment this time around, and frontman David Monks replies, "Basically. You can hear all the chandeliers."
Later, the band heads to a golf course party, where they are asked to leave, but the dismissal doesn’t discourage the guys — they soon come up with a genius plan to get back in. Watch the full webisode below to find out what happens. Tokyo Police Club’s sophomore album, ‘Champ,’ is due out on June 8 on their new U.S. label Mom+Pop."
Check out Tokyo Police Club’s Coachella video below, and the full Spinner.com article HERE.
Go check out an exclusive stream of Tokyo Police Club’s "Wait Up (Boots of Danger)" on EW.com’s Music Mix HERE. This is the first single from their upcoming album "Champ," which will be released June 8 on Mom + Pop!