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Tokyo Police Club Announce New Album 'TPC', Share First Single Hercules

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Tokyo Police Club will release their first album in four years this autumn.

'TPC', the Ontario quartet's follow up to 2014's 'Forcefield', is due out on October 5 through Dine Alone Records. Check out the record's first single, Hercules, below.

Discussing the track with Billboard, who premiered it, keyboardist Graham Wright said:

“‘Hercules’ is a special one because it sounds like how making this record felt to me. When [guitarist Josh Hook] and I were in the live room recording the guitars, it felt like a party the whole time. So I’m really happy that the sound of that party gets to be audible to everyone else on this one.”

The band will support the new album with a North American tour, which will kick off on October 16 in Brooklyn, New York. Head here for further details.





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