Album Recommendation: Two Door Cinema Club – Tourist History

19 Aug

Release Date: March 1, 2010

For any fan of electro/indie rock music, Two Door Cinema Club is most definitely a band to pay attention to. Their debut album, Tourist History, is the perfect example of how important new, up-and-coming bands are to the music industry.

Each song on the album brings its own unique energy and great synchronization of vocals, guitar, and synthesizer. The energetic feel of the entire album is what makes it such an amazing and catchy addition to any music library. All of the tracks, such as Something Good Can Work, You’re Not Stubborn, Undercover Martyn, What You Know and Do You Want It All?, bring together everything needed for a great song: great band chemistry, good vocals, melodic guitar riffs, and subtle yet perfect synth influence.

Tourist History is an inexcusable reason to keep your eyes locked on to Two Door Cinema Club. They are currently on tour in Europe and will be coming to North America later in the fall so if you are a fan make sure to check out if they will be playing in your area. You can also check out a few of their songs below.

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work

Two Door Cinema Club –  Undercover Martyn


2 Responses to “Album Recommendation: Two Door Cinema Club – Tourist History”

  1. Jeffrey Coleman June 26, 2011 at 8:29 AM #

    (i know this is an old post, but… whatever.)
    Thanks for talking up the band.

    to keep the conversation going,
    I like how Two Door Cinema Club can have such fun doing things so simple.
    It’s like, they’re young and they’re dancing and a-grooving, and they’re running through quick-rhyming, rambunctious disco lyrics, and it works.
    I love the energy.

    • Adrian McCavour June 28, 2011 at 2:11 PM #

      No worries, it’s never a bad time to check out past posts. They’re definitely an awesome band with really good energy. I’ve been hoping to see them live at some point but haven’t gotten the chance.

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