Tokyo Police Club is an indie rock band from Newmark, Ontario, Canada, that has created some seriously original songs in recent years. Comprised of David Monks, Graham Wright, Josh Hook, and Greg Aslop, Tokyo Police Club definitely deserves more recognition than they currently receive. Featuring songs with strong instrumental quality, creative lyrics, and catchy beats, the music by Tokyo Police Club is likely to appeal to a very broad audience. Here is a look at five of the best songs by Tokyo Police Club yet, and see if you agree.
“Wait Up (Boots of Danger)”
The first song I ever heard by Tokyo Police Club was “Wait Up (Boots of Danger).” The song is energetic, unique, and seriously catchy. The band flawlessly shows off their distinct brand of originality in this song. For additional entertainment value, be sure to check out the music video for “Wait Up (Boots of Danger).”
Another excellent song by Tokyo Police Club is “Tessellate.” “Tessellate” has an amazing vibe to it, fast paced tempo, memorable lyrics and more. In my opinon, “Tessellate” is the strongest song from the band to date, and definitely one of the most enjoyable songs by the indie rock group.
“In A Cave”
“In A Cave” is a track that is definitely worth mentioning. Upbeat with a fast tempo, thought provoking lyrics, and a completely memorable package, “In A Cave” is definitely one of the best tracks yet by Tokio Police Club. This song is a perfect example of just how talented the indie rock group truly is.
“Your English is Good”
Another great song by Toyko Police Club is “Your English is Good.” This high energy song features catchy lyrics, an unrelenting chorus, and a killer beat. Be sure to also check out the music video for “Your English is Good” for added entertainment value.
“Graves” is an amazing song by the indie rock group, Tokyo Police Club. This song has an incredible sound, rocking upbeat tempo, and unique lyrics, that kept me nodding along to the song. “Graves” also has one of the band’s more creative music videos as well, so you may want to check that out. “Graves” is one of the band’s older songs, as it was released in 2008, but it still feels fresh in 2012. This song has received a high volume of plays on my mp3 player in the years since I first heard it.
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