Tokyo Police Club debut album details revealed

'Elephant Shell' comes out in April

Tokyo Police Club have completed their debut album, and set an April release date.

‘Elephant Shell’ is the follow-up to the Canadian band’s two EPs ‘A Lesson In Crime’ released in 2006, and last year’s ‘Smith’.

As previously reported, the band are currently on the road in their native Ontario, and will head to the US in March for a string of dates.


Tonight’s show at Ottawa’s Algonquin College has been rescheduled due to weather conditions.

The track listing is:


‘In A Cave’





‘Sixties Remake’

‘The Harrowing Adventures Of…’

‘Nursery Academy’

‘Your English Is Good’

‘Listen To The Math’

‘The Baskervilles’

–By our New York staff.

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