Published Sep 22, 2016After delivering the first of their Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness EPs earlier this year, Tokyo Police Club have followed things up with an equally rad second instalment, which you can now listen to early.
The new effort arrives tomorrow (September 23) through Dine Alone Records, and features four additional tracks alongside the previously heard Rostam-produced single "My House."
"Coming down from [2014 album] Forcefield, a lot of things were changing for us as people. We knew we had music to make but didn't know where it was taking us," the band's Dave Monks said in a statement. "So, with each song, we explored new ways of working and just tried to capture the moment. These EP's let us frame them as honest snapshots rather than a grand statement. With A Lesson in Crime 10 years behind us, it feels like we've tapped back into that off the cuff spirit that brought us together in the first place."
Scroll through the band's upcoming tour dates to stream Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness (Part 2) in the player below.
You can order the EP on CD here and digitally here.
09/27 Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick Centre #
09/28 Regina, SK – The Riddell Centre #
09/29 Red Deer, AB – Bo's Bar #
09/30 Lethbridge, AB – Studio Nightclub #
10/01 Nelson, BC – Spiritbar at the Hume Hotel #
10/04 Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Hall %
10/05 Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom %
10/07 Calgary, AB – Flames Central #
10/08 Edmonton, AB – Up + Downtown Music Festival
11/01 Ottawa, ON – Centrepointe Theatre
11/02 Oakville, ON – The Oakville Centre
11/03 Kingston, ON – The Grand Theatre
11/04 Richmond Hill, ON – The Richmond Hill Centre for the Arts
11/05 Burlington, ON – Burlington Performing Arts Centre
11/11 Chatham, ON – Chatham Capitol Theatre
12.08.16 – Toronto, ON – Virgin Mobile Mod Club ^
12.09.16 – Toronto, ON – Virgin Mobile Mod Club ^
12.10.16 – Toronto, ON – Virgin Mobile Mod Club ^
# with Born Ruffians and the Elwins
% without the Elwins
^ with Your Boy Tony Braxton