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Tokyo Police Club rocked the indie music scene with songs like "Beaches," "Wait Up" and "Tessellate." Don't miss your chance to see David Monks, Graham Wright, Josh Hook and Greg Alsop perform LIVE! Buy your Tokyo Police Club tickets now!
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Hailing from Ontario, Tokyo Police Club first hit it big with its performance at the Pop Montreal festival. The band’s success at that concert reassured the group that they could be successful. As a result, the foursome of David Monks on bass and vocals, Graham Wright on the keyboard, Josh Hook on guitar and Greg Alsop on drums began to tour some of the biggest festivals in the world including Edgefest, Lollapalooza, the Glastonbury Festival and Bonnaroo Music Festival. See them for yourself with your very own Tokyo Police Club tickets.

The indie rock band is known for its quirky and at times humorous lyrics. The group’s Ten Days, Ten Covers, Ten Years project made headlines for the immensity of the undertaking. In 2011, for a period of ten days, the band went into the studio and then spent 10 hours recording a cover of a song from every year of the previous decade. The result was a collection of ten tracks starting with “Southside” by Moby and hitting on Jimmy Eat World, The Strokes, Kelly Clarkson and LCD Soundsystem before culminating in a rousing rendition of Miley Cyrus’ 2010 hit “Party in the U.S.A.’