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Two Door Cinema Club are back with a super fun new single/video combo

The follow-up to 2016's 'Gameshow' is expected later this year.
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Published: 10:26 am, March 19, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Two Door Cinema Club are back with a super fun new single/video combo

Two Door Cinema Club are back with a new single called ‘Talk’.

The song is their first taster of new material in ages, and arrives with a video directed by conceptual artist Max Siedentopf.

“I love the pop thing,” says frontman Alex Trimble. “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.”

Catch the band playing Tramlines, Y-Not, Truck and more this summer. There’s also a new album ‘on the way’, so watch this space.

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