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June 2019
On the road

Two Door Cinema Club have announced a huuuuge new tour for October

The run includes a night at The O2.
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Published: 3:46 pm, April 29, 2019
Two Door Cinema Club have announced a huuuuge new tour for October

Two Door Cinema Club have announced a new headline tour for October.

Playing in support of their new album ‘False Alarm’ (due 14th June), the band will his the road this autumn for a six-date run that takes in:

OCTOBER
03 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
04 Glasgow, O2 Academy
08 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
10 Hull, Bonus Arena
11 London, The O2 (w/ Tom Grennan)
13 Plymouth, Pavilions

The tour follows headline slots at Tramlines, Y-Not, Truck and Victorious Festival this summer, and a slot at Glastonbury too.

Frontman Alex Trimble says of their upcoming plans: "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."

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