Tokyo Police Club to Perform 1 Song for 12 Hours at a Museum


Leave it to rock quartet Tokyo Police Club to once again do something awesome and inventive with their music. On Sunday, June 26, the band will be performing their song “PCH” for 12 hours straight at the Rally Gallery in Toronto. The fun begins at Noon local time and will, of course, run until Midnight.

“No intermissions, no breaks, just one song played over and over again,” reads a statement shared by Tokyo Police Club on a Facebook event page created for this performance. “Fans are invited to take a turn singing or playing with the band (the lyrics and tabs will be posted soon) or hang out and watch the experiment. And, since this is really a hometown party for the guys, a few friends from the Toronto music scene may stop in to lend a hand as well. The event itself is free, but fans and passers-by are and will be encouraged to donate to the Canadian Red Cross. Donations can be made at the venue or online:”

Those interested in attending are also asked to RSVP.

For those unable to make it to the gallery, Tokyo Police Club will be broadcasting chunks of the “PCH” museum marathon on Facebook Live and Periscope.