Two Door Cinema Club - Tourist History
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Release date: 26 February 2010
They're Northern Ireland's brightest hopes since, er, Snow Patrol...
Up until about six months ago, the world at large could be forgiven for thinking that the only bands Northern Ireland ever churns out are of the “punk” and “rock” variety (we’re forgetting about Snow Patrol on purpose). Bangor’s Two Door Cinema Club are apparently hell-bent on proving otherwise, peddling the kind of awkward electropop that could score a million broken-hearted...
- Feb 28, 2010
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- Cigarettes In The Theatre
- Come Back Home
- Do You Want It All ?
- This Is The Life
- Something Good Can Work
- I Can Talk
- Undercover Martyn
- What You Know
- Eat That Up, It's Good For You
- You're Not Stubborn
A bit Killers! A lot Beatles! Busting with nonsensical lyrics!
- Feb 15, 2013
Two Door's little heart cracks with longing for their girls back home
- Nov 16, 2012
The trio have become swaggering indie-disco stars
- Aug 31, 2012
The promo for new video 'Handshake' has been banned by MTV
Marina and The Diamonds also confirmed as festival moves to Derry
Singer Alex Trimble says sleeve was a tribute to French photographer Guy Bourdin
Two Door Cinema Club - Tourist History: Wikipedia Album Entry
Tourist History is the debut studio album by Northern Irish band Two Door Cinema Club. It was released on February 26, 2010 in the Republic of Ireland and March 1, 2010 in the United Kingdom on Kitsuné Music.
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Another Saturday, another careless move
Tell the world that you're thinking of what to do
A window opens up and someone calls your name
But I can tell, you don't know how to play this game
Low in our hearts
We're low in our heads
All in good time
You would look a little better, don't you know?
If you just wore less make-up
But it's hard to realize when you're sky high
Fighting off the spaceships
You won't believe what I tell you
White coats and clever minds will choose
You get a lot from this loose tongue and arrogance
It's not appropriate, don't think that this is it
It starts in the theater
A night of encounters
If I hadn't been there
If not for a cigarette
There's a spanner in the works you know
You gotta step up your game to make to the top so go, oh
Got a little competition now, you're going to find it hard
To cope with living on your own now, uh, oh, uh, oh
I was wrong, I take it back
Now can we get along? Give up the slack
You know it all could be much easier
But I'm still traveling, I'm still traveling
And she spoke words
That would melt in your hands
And she spoke words of wisdom
Feel something right
And feel something good
'Cause if one thing works
You might know it's true, it's true
In a few weeks, I will get time
To realize it's right before my eyes
And I can take it, if it's what I want to do