Tokyo Police Club team up with Rostam Batmanglij for new track ‘My House’

They've got a new EP out later this month.
Earlier this year Tokyo Police Club dropped a five track EP ‘Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness, Pt. 1’. Now they’re returning with the second instalment, with a chum on board to lend a hand.

Lead track from ‘Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness, Pt. 2’, ‘My House’, is produced by former Vampire Weekend man Rostam Batmanglij.

“It came together spontaneously, in fits and spurts, starting with ‘My House,’” explains TPC’s Dave Monks. “I wrote this one with my friend Rostam, and I think it embodies the spontaneous nature of the whole EP. Rostam and I have been trading ideas and jamming since we met back in 2007 when both our bands were just babies (and Vampire Weekend opened for us at a little club in Boston!). One day last year when he stopped by my house (no pun intended) to hang, he picked up a guitar and I started singing melodies. In 10 minutes, we had the skeleton of this song.”

You can stream the track below. ‘Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness, Pt. 2’ is set for release September 23rd.

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