Review: Two Door Cinema Club, Rock City, by Param Singh
IF you've ever found yourself at Nottingham's favourite indie night, Pressure, you were probably the only one on the dancefloor. Besides that, it's more than likely you've thrown one or two shapes to the guitar-driven pop melodies of Two Door Cinema Club.
After two solid sets of support from synth-heavy Bastille and newcomers Swim Deep, the Northern Irish trio stage and sent the Rock City crowd of mop-topped teenagers into a frenzy by launching straight into Sleep Alone, the first single from their latest effort.
With the crowd having mastered keeping one hand in the air and one foot on the ground, there was little time for them to stop the bouncing as Two Door shredded into fan favourite Undercover Martyn.
The band did little in the way of calming things down by creating a sweaty mess with You're Not Stubborn, I Can Talk and Sun, before slowing things down in a way only they can with The World Is Watching and Next Year.
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Alex Trimble and Sam Halliday proved that among their guitar-pop aesthetic, they're both great guitarists in their own right with their on stage improvisations giving the crowd more than just carbon copies of their back-catalogue.
With an encore including Someday and What You Know, Two Door Cinema Club secured themselves as indie heavyweights in front of an adoring Rock City crowd.