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Two Door Cinema Club (Formed 2007)
Two Door Cinema Club is a Northern Irish Indie Rock band, consisting of the members Alex Trimble (vocals, rhythm guitar, beats, synths), Sam Halliday (lead guitar, backing vocals), and Kevin Baird (bass, synths, backing vocals).
They are best known for their songs, "What You Know" and "Something Good Can Work".
Formation: Trimble and Halliday met whilst at the same school together, Bangor Grammer School.
They also met Baird here.
At the age of 16, the three performed as a band together on ATL Rock School under the name "Life Without Rory", but they finished last.
Before disbanding, "Life Without Rory" recorded 3 demos, which are on their inactive Myspace page and YouTube channel.
Trimble, Halliday, and Baird formed a new band shortly after.
The name came about when Halliday mispronounced the local cinema as "Tudor cinema".
Music Career: In January 2009, an EP called "Four Words To Stand On" was released.
It was self recorded and produced.
The band started recording their debut album in July 2009.
They began mixing the record in September 2009.
"Tourist History" was released on 26th February 2010.
Its singles, "Something Good Can Work", "I Can Talk", and "Undercover Martyn" preceded it.
They announced on the 20th June 2012 that "Beacon" would be the title of their new album.
"Sleep Alone" was selected as the albums lead single.
The second single to be released from the album was "Sun".
They announced in December 2012 that they would be performing at T In The Park in July 2013.
Trimble later announced that the band had left Kitsune and signed with Parlophone Records.
In August 2013, the band announced that a new EP was going to be released, titled "Changing Of The Seasons".
"Tourist History" won 'Choice Music Prize' for Irish Album of the year 2010, in 2011.
"Undercover Martyn" came number 21, and "I Can Talk" came number 72 on the Triple J Hottest 100 in 2010.
"Sun" came number 37, and "Sleep Alone" came number 90 in the 2012 Triple J hottest 100.
In 2013, "Changing Of The Seasons" came number 71 on the same poll.
The band has received numerous nominations for NME awards.
They were nominated for best new band in 2011, and their album "Tourist History" was nominated for best album.
Hey were also nominated for best live band in 2012, and in 2014 they were nominated for best British band.
The band toured after the release of their album "Tourist History" in March 2010.
They also performed at many festivals including the iTunes festival, T In The Park, Reading & Leeds festival, and Oxegen.
Their 2010 Eastern tour saw them perform in Australia, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
The band went on a 2-week tour in January 2011.
They travelled the US and Canada, along with Tokyo Police Club, Work Drugs, and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin.
They also performed at Orange Evolution Festival in 2011.
They also performed at many other festivals, including Glastonbury, Coachella, Isle Of White, Reading & Leeds, Parklife, and many more.
In November 2011, the band toured around America again.
They went on tour in South Africa in March 2012.
In May and June 2012, the band completed two American tours whilst also headlining the 2012 NME awards tour at the start of the year.
The band went on a full UK tour in 2013, starting in Belfast and finishing in London.
They were supported by Bastille and Swim Deep.
After this they went on tour in Europe, with support from The 1975 and Dig Is Dead.
Blur's Damon Albarn will headline Latitude Festival 2014 following the release of his solo album 'Everyday Robots'.
Blur's Damon Albarn will headline Latitude Festival 2014.
Damon's appearance will follow the release of his solo album 'Everyday Robots' which was announced yesterday (20.01.14) and will be available in April.
Continue reading: Damon Albarn Headlines Latitude Festival
Coastline Festival 2013 brings the hottest indie bands from the UK and US to Florida this November.
Florida's Coastline Festival 2013 is set to arrive in less than two weeks, bringing with it a handful of the recent indie and rock sensations as well as great beer and great food.
The festival will hit the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa on November 9th 2013 before moving to the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm on the 10th. It describes itself as a 'A Musiculinary Experience' - and that it certainly will be with an absolutely stellar line-up led by Massachusetts' Passion Pit, whose second album Gossamer was in the top five on the US Album Chart last year, and Irish collective Two Door Cinema Club who topped their Nation's charts with their sophomore release.
Continue reading: Passion Pit And Two Door Cinema Club To Play At Coastline Festival 2013
The Northern Irish band's promo for upcoming single Handshake has shocked fans with scenes of decapitation.
The video aired on U.K. Tv on Tuesday night (23Apr13), but it has since been removed from Mtv's broadcasting playlist.
Continue reading: Mtv Bosses Lose Their Heads Over Two Door Cinema Club Promo
Jimmy Kimmel's reporters convinced Coachella fans to go see The Chelsea Clintons. Who they already love. Of course.
Ok, so there's plenty of serious music fans at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, though there's also those who have no idea who they're watching, where they are, or why they're there. You've seen them wandering around - they chose their festival outfit about 6 months ago. Anyway, Jimmy Kimmel skewered plenty of fake music fans at this year's festival by getting them to gush about bands that, err, don't actually exist. "Music fans in general love knowing about bands that no one else has ever heard of," Jimmy Kimmel said as he introduced a Coachella edition of his 'Lie Witness News.'
Sending his cameras into the maelstrom, Kimmel caught one guy saying of the completely fictitious Obesity Epidemic, "I just like their whole style. Their whole genre is great. They are very innovative, and they're new." Other fake bands included Get The.Out Of My Pool and our personal favourite The Chelsea Clintons. "I think they just give off that energy, like you can just tell they're doing it from a good place," said one reveller of the band.
The reporter was keen to push, Doctor Shlmo and the GI Clinic, which one gig-goer said she was "really excited to see them live.." and Shorty Jizzle and the Plumbercrucks were described as "unique for sure". Two Door Cinema Club were the only real band used in the segment, though one music 'fan' said he'd enjoyed their album 'DJ Cornmeal'. Doh!
Continue reading: Jimmy Kimmel Tricks Coachella-Goers Into Gushing Over Fake Bands [Video]
After a 2012 that saw them hit major chart success in both the UK and the US, Northern Ireland's Two Door Cinema Club sought to start their 2013 with an intimate show at the Baroque Mayfair in London, watched on by a smattering of guests including current flavor of the month Alt-J's Gus Unger-Hamilton and MTV Europe presenter Laura Whitmore.
Continue reading: Two Door Cinema Club Warm Up For Spring Of Graft (Photos)
Arctic Monkeys' cover of 'Come Together' by The Beatles is quickly climbing up the UK singles chart, according to NME.com today (July 30, 2012). The band played the track as part of the Olympics opening ceremony on Friday (July 27, 2012) and it's currently risen to number 14 on the iTunes chart. Rumours had been circulating for some time before the ceremony took place as to who would be performing in Danny Boyle's extravagant ceremony but most of the bands were able to keep their involvement under wraps.
A compilation of all the music played at the ceremony has been made available and is entitled 'Isles of Wonder.' The album is currently number one on the iTunes chart in France, Britain, Spain and Belgium. It's also at number five in the US. The album was released online not long after the end of the televised ceremony, which featured a number of musical performances, as well as appearances from the likes of David Beckham and Rowan Atkinson. It also featured a pointed celebration of the NHS, which many have interpreted as Boyle's protests against the government's plans to dismantle the National Health Service.
Also doing well in the charts is 'Caliban's Dream,' the track written by Underworld and sung by Two Door Cinema Club's frontman Alex Trimble. 'Caliban's Dream' is currently at number five. Frank Turner's 'I Still Believe' is at number 32 and EMILE SANDE's 'Abide With Me' is at number 26.
Two Door Cinema Club frontman Alex Trimble almost missed out on the chance to perform in the opening ceremony of the London Olympics because he was convinced the job offer was a joke.
Director Danny Boyle, who put together the near four-hour epic, approached Trimble's manager and asked if he would be interested in taking part in Friday's (27Jul12) big event, but the singer didn't believe the news and hung up on his representative during an early morning phone call.
He tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "The call woke me up and I was half asleep and hungover. He told me Danny wanted me to perform a song at the Olympics. I listened and then went back to sleep. When I woke up I actually thought the call had been a dream. But when my manager called back, I obviously said: 'Yes'."
Festival Republic have confirmed their line-up for the Bbc Introducing Stage at the Leeds & Reading Festival this August.
It's an army of diverse upcoming talent from acts such as heavy rockers Hawk Eyes, LA alternative outfit Family of the Year, contemporary folk singer Rachel Sermanni, hip hop artist Mikill Pane, self-confessed 'blues-punk red necks' Wet Nuns and Leeds based rock 5-piece Black Moth. They will join the fantastic Festival line-up that includes Foo Fighters, The Cure, Kasabian, Paramore, Florence and the Machine, Kaiser Chiefs and The Maccabees to name but a small handful of this year's talent.
Continue reading: Bbc Introducing Stage Line-up Announced
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We'll be at Rock Werchter again!! Can't wait! https://t.co/GtXUkqFoEM
Another fessa for you! We'll be at @NOS_Alive Festival! https://t.co/EamfyYWfsU
Another fessa! We'll be headlining @BelladrumFest this year! Can't wait to get out of our heids with you Scots! https://t.co/3nvX0FjBU4
We haven’t forgotten about you Britons! We’ll be with you again at Reading Festival & Leeds Festival @OfficialRandL! https://t.co/70OqIjGnm5
We'll be at @madcoolfestival Madrid this year. can't wait. https://t.co/XtQwUSwebS
こんにちは日本！ Hello Japan! We’re so excited to be back at @summer_sonic again this year. It’s going to be a special one! https://t.co/t9x5cGsmxM
Can't wait to play Open Air St Gallen @OASG again! 2016 is going to be a good year! https://t.co/mCOV3AMuWl
The rumours are true, we'll be at @Bonnaroo. Poetic. https://t.co/vtNl48pO3w
What up New Yoikers. We're back in town to play @GovBallNYC in June. Who's coming?
Happy New Year! Looking forward to sharing new music, new shows, new everything with you guys! TDCC x
@meltfestival 2016! How could we say no?! Can't wait for this one
Two Door is taking back America! Pretty pumped to see what @LiveAtFirefly is all about in 2016.
Very happy to be back at Arenal Sound next summer! ¡Viva España! And Vive La France. TDCC x
We believe seeing the artists you like shouldn't cost the earth, and the greed of the few shouldn't be the cost of the many, the fans.
We think you should get tickets to shows for a fair price,the UK Govt wants to hear your say on secondary ticketing: https://t.co/K7SbxFPKv4
Two Door loves the BBC and if you do too you can sign the petition here https://t.co/eeo7WVFsKA . #LetitBeeb
First of many announcements to come!!
Incredibly excited to tell you we’ll be back tearing it up at @hurricanefstvl and @southsidefstvl 24th-26th June 2016.