Tokyo Police Club bids farewell with final tour and songs.

Canadian indie rock band Tokyo Police Club is saying farewell to their fans with a final tour and two new songs. After 15 years of making music, the band will play their last shows in Toronto in November.

Canadian indie rock band Tokyo Police Club has announced their farewell tour dates and shared their final songs. The band will be playing their last concerts at Toronto’s History in November.

After 15 years of making music together, Tokyo Police Club has decided to part ways and say goodbye to their fans. The band, consisting of Dave Monks, Graham Wright, Josh Hook, and Greg Alsop, formed in 2005 in Newmarket, Ontario. They quickly gained a following with their energetic live performances and catchy indie rock sound.

In a statement, the band expressed their gratitude to their fans for their support throughout the years. They also shared their excitement for the upcoming farewell tour, saying, “We can’t wait to play these final shows and celebrate the amazing memories we’ve made with our fans.”

The farewell tour will kick off on November 5th at Toronto’s History, where the band will play their final shows on November 12th and 13th. The tour will also include stops in Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver.

Along with the tour announcement, Tokyo Police Club also released two final songs for their fans to enjoy. The first, titled “New Blues,” is a nostalgic and reflective track that captures the bittersweet feeling of saying goodbye. The second song, “Ready to Win,” is an upbeat and anthemic track that encourages listeners to keep moving forward and chasing their dreams.

Fans can expect an emotional and energetic farewell tour from Tokyo Police Club as they bid farewell to their beloved band. Tickets for the tour will go on sale on August 20th, and fans are encouraged to purchase them early as they are expected to sell out quickly.

Tokyo Police Club’s farewell tour and final songs mark the end of an era for the band and their fans. But their music will continue to live on, and their impact on the indie rock scene will not be forgotten. As they say goodbye, Tokyo Police Club leaves behind a legacy of great music and unforgettable live performances.

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