Tokyo Police Club thrill Los Angeles crowd

The band meet their public after the show

Tokyo Police Club played a rousing, sold-out show at the Los Angeles Troubadour last night (July 25).

The Canadian quartet felt the love from a highly enthusiastic crowd that jumped up and down and danced throughout the show, clapping along to several songs.

The band ran through crowd-pleasing tracks from their EP ‘A Lesson In Crime’ as well as new material during their high-energy set.


Immediately following the show, the band came down into the audience to meet their fans and sign autographs.

Tokyo Police Club played:

‘Cheer It On’

‘Elephant Shell’

‘Sixties Remake’



‘If It Works’

‘New Song’


‘Your English’

‘Cut Cut Paste’

‘Harrowing Adventures’


‘Citizens of Tomorrow’

‘Shoulders & Arms’

‘La Ferrassie’

‘Nature of the Experiment’


‘Be Good’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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