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Tokyo Police Club @ Boyce Farmers’ Market

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Thursday, April 11
Doors: 7:00 pm  / Show: 8:00 pm
Fredericton Boyce Farmer’s Market

The Capital Complex in partnership
with UNBSU Campus Events presents:

Tokyo Police Club
Thu April 11th
Fredericton Boyce Farmers’ Market
Doors 7 // Show 8
TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE > or in person through the Etixnow kiosks at Graystone Brewing and Grimross Brewing Co.

Alt-rock quartet Tokyo Police Club are going for a full reboot on their semi-self-titled fourth album TPC, released October 5, 2018 via Dine Alone Records.

The album brings a new perspective and revitalized sound as the indie darlings celebrate the tenth anniversary of their breakthrough debut Elephant Shell and return from a four year absence since their last studio album, 2014’s Forcefield. The gap tested the band both collectively and individually but has also wrought a fresh vibrancy to their material.

The first track from the new album “Hercules” proves they’ve discovered something special with hooks that are stronger than ever and a loose and lively mix that perfectly represents getting the band back together. For the band, it represents a crucial piece of the new project.

“‘Hercules’ is a special one because it sounds like how making this record felt to me,” Graham says. “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.”