Toronto-based Tokyo Police Club have released a new music video for their single, “Not My Girl” from their latest album, Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness: Part 1 via Dine Alone Records. The video was directed by Graham Wright, the band’s keyboardist/guitarist, and was produced by MuchFACT. In a satirical twist, the video explores the crumbling relationship of two aliens from the Mos Eisley Cantina. You can check out this great video below.
In support of Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness: Part 1, the band is set to tour this fall with Born Ruffians and the Elwins, and then later in November in what they are calling an ‘intimate theatre tour’.
Upcoming Canadian Tour Dates
06.25.16 – Kitchener, ON – Centre in the Square
07.30.16 – Bracebridge, ON – Muskoka Beer Festival
09.27.16 – Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick Centre (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
09.28.16 – Regina, SK – The Riddell Centre (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
09.29.16 – Red Deer, AB – Bo’s Bar (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
09.30.16 – Lethbridge, AB – Studio Nightclub (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
10.01.16 – Nelson, BC – Spiritbar at the Hume Hotel (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
10.04.16 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Hall (with Born Ruffians)
10.05.16 – Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom (with Born Ruffians)
10.07.16 – Calgary, AB – Flames Central (with Born Ruffians and the Elwins)
10.08.16 – Edmonton, AB – Up + Downtown Music Festival
11.01.16 – Ottawa, ON – Centrepointe Theatre
11.02.16 – Oakville, ON – The Oakville Centre
11.03.16 – Kingston, ON – The Grand Theatre
11.04.16 – Richmond Hill, ON – The Richmond Hill Centre for the Arts
11.05.16 – Burlington, ON – Burlington Performing Arts Centre
11.11.16 – Chatham, ON – Chatham Capitol Theatre
In other news, the band is excited to announce that on July 29th, they will be performing and throwing the first pitch at a Toronto Blue Jays game as part of Friday Fan Festivals, a licensed event open to all Blue Jays fans on game nights.
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I’m Nicole, a biology teacher by day, but my life revolves around music. I’m that girl that you will always find with the concert t-shirt on and ear buds in. It is rare that you find me without some type of music playing in the background. I connect all of my life experiences to music. It truly has its own language in my heart. There is nothing more exciting than taking in all that a concert has to offer. I love to support local Canadian acts and attend as many shows that I can.