TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB announce Belfast show at the TELEGRAPH BUILDING, Wednesday October 16th 2019

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB announce Belfast show at the TELEGRAPH BUILDING, Wednesday October 16th 2019

Following the announcement of their fourth studio album ‘False Alarm’ (out June 14th on Prolifica Inc/ [PIAS]) and a HUGE UK arena tour, Two Door Cinema Club are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at The Telegraph Building on Wednesday, October 16th 2019.

Out June 14th, and the band’s first album to be released in full collaboration with Prolifica Inc, ‘False Alarm’ finds the band gloriously unshackled and creatively instinctive, scanning and satirising the social and environmental woes of 2019 and beyond through the prism of wonderfully off-kilter pop, simultaneously borrowing from and warping elements of future pop, disco, rock, funk and soul. Recorded in sessions between London and LA with producer Jacknife Lee (U2, REM, The Killers), it’s an LP that takes the familiar and twists it, to startling and stimulating effect. It all makes for a wide-eyed, culture-encompassing leap forward for the band, a record liable to break, ruin and remould pop in 2019.

Frontman Alex explains ‘We’re trying to create a new world for this record to exist in, and we want that to go everywhere from the music videos, the artwork, the live show. We’re putting together the live show right now. It’s so exciting because there are no limits anymore. We’re not just Two Door Cinema Club as defined by what we’ve done, we’re Two Door Cinema Club doing whatever we want to do.’

Having put the icing on their comeback last summer with a landmark headline performance in front of 35,000 people at London’s Community Festival, TDCC warm up for their tour on the festival circuit, with performances lined up at Radio 1’s Big Weekend and Glastonbury, as well as headline slots at Truck, Tramlines and Y Not Festivals amongst others.

Listen to new single ‘Satellite’- BELOW:

False Alarm tracklist:

Satisfaction Guaranteed
So Many people
Nice To See You
Dirty Air
Already Gone

Summer live dates (headline slots in bold):

26/04 – Musilac Mont Blanc, Chamonix, France

03/05 – Warm Up Festival, Murcia, Spain

10/05 – Mallorca Live Festival, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

25/05 – Ward Park, Bangor, Northern Ireland 

26/05 – Radio 1 Big Weekend, Middlesbrough, UK

23/06 – Sea Sessions, Co Donegal, Republic of Ireland

28/06 – Glastonbury, UK

29/06 – Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter, Belgium

30/06 – Garorock Festival, Marmande, France

06/07 – Festival Bobital, Bobital, France

08/07 – Metastadt Open Air, Vienna, Austria 

19/07 – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK (Headliners)

20/07 – Deichbrand Festival, Cuxhaven, Germany

21/07 – Blue Balls Festival, Luzern, Switzerland

26/07 – Galway Arts Festival, Galway, Republic of Ireland

27/07 – Y-Not Festival, Derbyshire, UK (Headliners)

28/07 – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire, UK (Headliners)

16/08 – Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan

18/08 – Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka, Japan

23/08 – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth, UK (Headliners)

25/08 – Rock En Seine, Paris, France

01/09 – City Trucks Festival, France

07/09 – Dcode Festival, Madrid, Spain (Headliners)


UK Headline Arena Shows

03/10 – Cardiff (Motorpoint Arena)
04/10 – Glasgow 02 Academy 
05/10 – Glasgow 02 Academy – New Date added
07/10 – Manchester (02 Victoria Warehouse) – New Date Added
08/10 – Manchester (02 Victoria Warehouse)
10/10 – Hull (Bonus Arena)
11/10 – 02 London
13/10 – Plymouth (Pavillions)
15/10 – Dublin (Olympia Theatre)
16 / 10 – Belfast (The Telegraph Building)
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