Listen to Two Door Cinema Club’s new single ‘Satellite’ as band announce new album ‘False Alarm’

The Northern Irish trio are back with a fourth record

Two Door Cinema Club have announced details of their fourth album and shared a new single in ‘Satellite’.

The trio will follow-up 2016’s ‘Gameshow’ with ‘False Alarm’ on June 14. The album was recorded in London and LA with producer Jacknife Lee, and, according to a press release, “wryly scans and satirises the social and environmental woes of 2019”.

The album’s artwork was also revealed today, as it was launched into space during a Facebook Live broadcast ahead of the record’s announcement.



Posted by Two Door Cinema Club on Wednesday, April 24, 2019

‘Satellite’ is the latest track to be taken from the record, following recent single ‘Talk’. You can listen to the song below now.

You can pre-order the new record from here now. The tracklist for ‘False Alarm’ is as follows:

‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’
‘So Many People’
‘Nice To See You’
‘Dirty Air’
‘Already Gone’

Two Door Cinema Club have already confirmed a raft of live dates to take place this summer, including festival headline slots at Tramlines, Y Not, Truck, and Victorious. They will play the following:


April 2019

26 – Chamonix, France, Musilac Mont Blanc

May 2019

3 – Murcia, Spain, Warm Up Festival
10 – Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Mallorca Live Festival
25 – Bangor, Northern Ireland, Ward Park
26 – Middlesbrough, UK, Radio 1’s Big Weekend

June 2019

23 – Co. Donegal, Republic Of Ireland, Sea Sessions
28 – Somerset, UK, Glastonbury Festival
29 – Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter
30 – Marmande, France, Garorock Festival

July 2019

6 – Bobital, France, Festival Bobital
8 – Vienna, Austria, Metastadt Open Air
19 – Sheffield, UK, Tramlines Festival
20 – Cuxhaven, Germany, Deichbrand Festival
21 – Luzern, Switzerland, Blue Balls Festival
26 – Galway, Republic Of Ireland, Galway Arts Festival
27 – Derbyshire, UK, Y Not Festival
28 – Oxfordshire, UK, Truck Festival

August 2019

16 – Tokyo, Japan, Summer Sonic Festival
18 – Osaka, Japan, Summer Sonic Festival
23 – Portsmouth, UK, Victorious Festival

Last month (March 30), the band played an intimate show at London’s Oval Space, where they gave ‘Talk’ it’s live debut. The rest of the setlist on the night was made up of tracks from their back catalogue.

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