Posted in music | tour dates on December 12, 2013

by Andrew Sacher

Tokyo Police Club at Bowery Ballroom in 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
TPC

Indie popsters Tokyo Police Club are still kicking, and planning to release the followup to 2010's Champ in 2014. No title or release date has been announced yet, but they've just revealed the almost-nine-minute first single, "Argentina (Parts I, II, II)." Not that there weren't similarities before, but with this single and Comedown Machine, TPC and The Strokes are sounding more and more alike these days, if TPC aren't a bit more celebratory. You can watch the lyric video for the new song below.

The band also have some US dates coming up in the spring, and though a full tour hasn't been announced yet, we know they'll be in NYC to play Webster Hall on May 15. Tickets for that show are currently on AmEx presale, and the general on-sale begins Friday (12/13) at noon.

All currently known dates are listed, along with the new video, below...

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Tokyo Police Club - "Argentina (Parts I, II, III)"

Tokyo Police Club -- 2014 Tour Dates (more TBA?)
Jan 8 SOUND EMPIRE BARRIE, ON
Jan 16 ALGONQUIN COMMONS THEATRE OTTAWA, ON
Jan 17 STUDIO THEATRE SALLE ANDRE-MATTHIEU LAVAL, QC
Jan 18 BREEZEWAY BAR - MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND
May 1 ECHOPLEX LOS ANGELES, CA
May 15 WEBSTER HALL

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Comments (4)

YES! more dates plz

Posted by Anonymous | December 12, 2013 10:43 AM

totally underrated band.

Posted by Anonymous | December 12, 2013 10:58 AM

the albums didn't live up to those early eps, but were still pretty good, are they underrated? They co-headlined governor's island with passion pit a few years ago, are going to headline Webster, that seems about right for them - is champ the album with favorite color on it? what have they done in the past few years i stopped paying attention, may be why they seem underrated

Posted by Anonymous | December 12, 2013 1:24 PM

This is pretty fucking good.

Posted by Anonymous | December 13, 2013 5:24 AM

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