August 30, 2012 13:00
Two Door Cinema Club unveil documentary 'What We See' – watch
Watch the second part of the band's behind the scenes documentary on NME.com
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Two Door Cinema Club have unveiled the second part of their documentary 'What We See' – watch it above.
Released in four parts, 'What We See' has followed the band from the NME Awards in February 2012 and around their European festival dates this summer. It is named after a lyric from a track on the band's forthcoming album 'Beacon', which is due for release on September 3.
Speaking about 'What We See', Two Door frontman Alex Trimble told NME: "we wanted to capture how weird it is, the constant traveling, meeting so many people, all the interviews and shows we do every single day, and we also wanted to capture how normal our lives are too – we all sit down for dinner together, we go for walks the three of us, we get our washing done. Those things bring the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle back down to earth."
Filmed by the band's friend Gregg Houston, the documentary is a warts-and-all account of the band's life on tour, trimble says. " No, we never told Greg to stop filming at any point. If it’s really good and he films it then great. If it’s really bad and he films it, even better."
You can watch the first part of the documentary below:
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