Tokyo Police Club - "Hot Tonight"

Last month, Canadian indie band Tokyo Police Club made a big return with their smart, assured nine-minute new single “Argentina (Parts I, II, III).” Today, we learn that that song will open up Forcefield, the band’s first new album since 2010′s Champ. Band frontman David Monks co-produced the album alongside Girls producer Doug Boehm. The band has also shared another sparkling new power-pop song, “Hot Tonight,” which sounds something like what Free Energy might be if you stripped all the classic-rock affectations away from their sound. Listen to “Hot Tonight” and check out the Forcefield tracklist below.

TRACKLIST:
01 “Argentina (Parts I, II, III)”
02 “Hot Tonight”
03 “Miserable”
04 “Gonna Be Ready”
05 “Beaches”
06 “Toy Guns”
07 “Tunnel Vision”
08 “Through The Wire”
09 “Feel the Effect”
(via Pitchfork)

Forcefield is out 3/25 on Mom + Pop.

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  1. It’ll be interesting if [REDACTED] enjoys this, given that he panned that last Free Energy album brutally, but smudged his grubby love all over the “Argentina” three-parter.

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