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Coachella: Tokyo Police Club give a mild performance

Canadian indie rock band “Tokyo Police Club” took the stage on Saturday for their 2nd time at Coachella. The band comprised of Dave Monks, Graham Wright, Josh Hook, and Greg Alsop, formed in 2005 and started gaining attention after playing in Toronto’s “Pop Montreal Festival.” In 2007, they performed at many of the top festivals including Lollapalooza, Bumbershoot, Glastonbury Festival, and the Reading and Leeds Festival. They gained even more attention in the U.S. when they supported rockers Angels and Airwaves and Weezer for their “Troublemaker Tour.” Now they are back at Coachella 3 years later.

According to Sound Check, their performance on stage was “mild at best.” They report that the band appeared reserved and almost boring. One of the tracks that actually picked up for the audience for a second was “Graves,” in which they managed to get the audience to sing along to the lyrics…but it didn’t last long.

It looks like these rockers either had an off day or need some more practice.

To read more go to Sound Check.

TOKYO POLICE CLUB – “YOUR ENGLISH IS GOOD”

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