PLEASE NOTE Album + Ticket Bundles are limited to 3 per person, Ticket only is limited to 1 per person
Album and ticket bundles start from only £16.99 (postage or collection)
Release Date Friday 21st June (Album launch gig Saturday 22nd June)
All pre-orders will be dispatched/ready for collection on that date.
Two Door Cinema Club - False Alarm Album + Brudenell Social Club Ticket Bundle
(PLEASE READ DETAILS BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER)
To mark the release of the brand new album 'False Alarm', Two Door Cinema Club will play an exclusive album Launch show at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on Saturday 22nd June (Times to be confirmed but we expect doors to be around 9pm and the band on stage at 9:30pm).
We have set up special bundles (in the drop down box above) for this release where fans of the band can purchase a copy of the album on any of the formats available and get a ticket for this exclusive launch gig at the Brudenell. There is a limited capacity for this event so we would expect all the album and ticket bundles to sell out very quickly.
This is an ALL AGES SHOW
One copy of an album on any format gets one ticket for the gig. Two album purchases gets two tickets.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE PRINTING TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT AND THEY WILL BE NEEDED FOR ENTRY TO THE BRUDENELL SOCIAL CLUB. ORDER EMAILS ETC WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED ON THE NIGHT OF THE EVENT.
If you select Collect in Store Tickets and/or Albums need collecting on Friday 21st or Saturday 22nd of June during our opening hours 9:30-6pm (before heading to the venue)
If you select shipping, tickets will be sent out separately a week before the event. Albums will follow for delivery on release date (Friday 21st June)
There is NO collect at venue option.
Once Talk Satisfaction Guaranteed So Many People Think Nice To See You Break Dirty Air Satellite Already Gone
Two Door Cinema Club have today announced details of their fourth studio album ‘False Alarm’, out June 14th via Prolifica Inc / [PIAS]. Also unveiled today is new single ‘Satellite’, an infectious Krautpop-influenced slice of future pop that accepts as a species we’re “in it together” – be it Brexit, climate change or any other man-made modern day terror. Details of the release were unveiled in a typically irreverent live stream which saw the trio launching the new album cover into space, whilst simultaneously commentating on the event and answering questions from fans. View the launch event here.
The band’s first album to be released in full collaboration with Prolifica Inc, ‘False Alarm’ finds the three piece gloriously unshackled and creatively at the peak of their game. Across its ten tracks ‘False Alarm’ wryly scans and satirises the social and environmental woes of 2019 through the prism of wonderfully off-kilter pop, simultaneously borrowing from and warping elements of future pop, disco, rock, funk and soul.
“I love the pop thing,” frontman Alex Trimble explains. “I love experimenting and going to different places, I love doing things that are a little bit wonky and I love the idea of doing something we haven’t done before, why can’t we do all of those things at once? That’s what it was, doing whatever felt right… It 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.”
Elsewhere on Two Door Cinema Club’s eagerly anticipated fourth album ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’, ‘Nice To See You’ and ‘Once’ address our relationships with the dopamine dispenser that is social media through cheery New Romantic style funk, moody Bowie-esque art-pop and grandiose synth-pop respectively. Punk funk channeling anthem ‘Dirty Air’ has Alex prowling a ruined city’s dancefloors, posing through the ecological collapse.
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. Take the distorted boudoir soul of ‘Think’, or ‘So Many People’, which electronically skews classic Chic-style disco guitar, and the multidimensional lounge pop of ‘Break’ which sounds like an AI trying to write a Beatles song. 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.
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, Two Door Cinema Club are stepping back onto the festival circuit this year, 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.
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