Tokyo Rose will be shooting a music video for the song, "We Can Be Best Friends, But Tomorrow I'll Be..." from their recently released record, The Promise In Compromise with famed film director Steven C. Miller on August 26th, Sunday. There will be some live shots and they need some extras so if you're interested email email@example.com and simply just let them know that you will be there. It will be filmed at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. You'll need to be there by no later than 12:30.
Also, read below for some praise the band has been getting about their new album from the likes of Bayside, Senses Fail and MxPx:
Tokyo Rose have posted another new song entitled "611 Life Lesson" on their myspace. The Promise In Compromise is up for pre-order here. While you are there, go ahead and pick up New American Saint for the great price of $4.
I will be sending out questions in the next few days for the guys in Tokyo Rose to answer for us. If you have anything you would like to see answered, post them in the replies! Their new album The Promise in Compromise will be out on July 31 on Sidecho Records.
Tomorrow we will be having an ABSOLUTExclusive stream of the new Tokyo Rose single, "We Can Be Best Friends Tonight, But Tomorrow We'll Be...," off of their new album, The Promise In Compromise, out on July 31st via Sidecho Records. Be on the lookout for that.
Tokyo Rose are streaming the new song "Silver" off their upcoming LP, The Promise In Compromise, this week only. The record drops July 31st, and you can pre-order it here - if you do, you will be thanked in the album's booklet.
Tokyo Rose has just finished their new CD titled The Promise In Compromise, which will be out on SideCho Records this summer. The album was produced by Mark Renk (Matchbook Romance) & Fred Archambault (Avenged Sevenfold) and mastered by Paul Miner (Death By Stereo),
Below is an update from Chris and the rest of Tokyo Rose regarding plans for their next album. You can also find another update from them in the replies regarding their van and trailer they have up for sale.
Tokyo Rose have finished a new song with producer, Jesse Cannon (Houston Calls, Lifetime) at Cannon Found Soundstation in Union City, New Jersey. The song will be apart of the upcoming Punk the Clock compilation.
Tokyo Rose’s “Radio” has been chosen as the theme song for a new Animal Planet series called “Horse Power” which premiered on Wednesday, Febuary. 1st at 8:00 pm et/pt. The show will air every Wednesday on the Animal Planet Channel at 8pm et/pt for the next few weeks.