Music News: Two Door Cinema Club announce new album ‘False Alarm’

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The boys are back. Album number four is on the way for Two Door Cinema Club.

Northern Irish crooners Two Door Cinema Club return this year with new album, False Alarm, the fourth addition to their ever-expanding discography.

A follow-up from 2016’s Gameshow – which climbed to a top five spot and secured the band two sold out dates at London’s Alexandra Palace – fans have been constantly baited with teasers for their latest release. From a phone box in Brighton to an interactive billboard in Shoreditch, they’re sending out a clear message that they want fans on their journey with them.

There’s a noticeable shift in sound on their new offering; this is a band that has long breached the boundaries between chart-topping pop and electro-infused indie. Frontman Alex Trimble spoke of his love of experimentation while staying true to the Two Door brand, describing how the new record “sounds like Two Door Cinema Club – not a Two Door Cinema Club there’d ever been before but that’s what I love. We can always do something new but it always feels like something we’ve done.”

On the back of new label Prolifica Inc (who boast an impressive lineup of Maxïmo Park, Circa Waves, Inheaven and Anteros to name but a few), the trio are releasing their latest single from the album ‘Satellite’ in the most literal sense: they sent the album cover into space. You read that right.

In addition to their already confirmed festival dates at Truck, Y Not, Tramlines and Victorious, plus dates in Europe, TDCC are set to embark on a tour of the UK in October with details yet to be confirmed.

If you can’t wait for the album, you can stream singles Talk and Satellite right now.

Tracklist:

  1. Once
  2. Talk
  3. Satisfaction Guaranteed
  4. So Many People
  5. Think
  6. Ice To See You
  7. Break
  8. Dirty Air
  9. Satellite
  10. Already Gone

False Alarm is out June 14th via Prolifica Inc.

Words by Holly Patrick

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