Peelander-Z wraps up US tour with “How Are USA” single; debuts “Taco Taco Tacos” video!

Peelander-Z, the Japanese action comic punk band based in New York City, recently wrapped up two-plus-months of US touring that saw the band playing to the biggest crowds of its career including a performance at Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest that will continue to be talked about next year. Known for its manic, high energy show, Peelander-Z has been touring in support of its new P-TV-Z album attracting the attention of new fans and also that of the Progressive Global Agency, booking home to R.E.M. among others which has signed the band and will send Peelander-Z back on the road in 2011.

Following up P-TV-Z ‘s “E-I-E-I-O” single and video (Peelander Z’s homage to “Old MacDonald Had A Farm”), the band is offering a new MP3 from P-TV-Z, “How Are USA,” to honor the completion of over 50 shows around North America. And how is USA anyway? Well, Whitney Matheson at USA Today responds by saying “I love these guys!” and posting the P-TV-Z album track “Go! Rio!” in her USA Today column and podcast, “Pop Candy.” Grab it HERE.

Also fresh off the editing bay, a new video for the P-TV-Z track “Taco Taco Tacos” which, contrary to any thoughts to the contrary, is about tacos! If you’re still not getting the picture – that the Peelander-Z experience is the most fun you can have at a rock club – head over to Brooklyn Vegan and scroll to the bottom for some intense live shots from the band’s triumphant return to NYC taken at Santo’s Party House on November 20th..




(Chicken Ranch, Out Now)

01. P-TV-Z Theme

02. Go! Rio!

03. E-I-E-I-O

04. Ice Cream!

05. Red-Aka-Ika

06. Taco Taco Tacos (VIDEO)

07. No More Cavities

08. Dial Ring Ring Phone Pho Pho

09. Peelander-Z Theme

10. Be My Friend Tonight

11. How Are USA (MP3)

12. O! Sha! Re!

13. Happee Birthday

14. 2-4-6-8 Rock and Roll

15. Hey! Tokyo!

16. Wasabi Man

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