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Two Door Cinema Club to record at home
Two Door Cinema Club will record their second album at home.
The Irish 'I Can Talk' band have recently started living together and have plan to set up a studio so they can work on new material once they finish touring and performing at festivals this summer.
Singer Alex Trimble said: "We've just moved in to a house - we're setting up a studio in there, so I guess after festival season we'll have a little more time off and just keep recording and hopefully make another record, or maybe two, and just see what happens."
The indie trio - also including guitarist Sam Halliday and bassist Kevin Baird - are set to play at festivals on both sides of the Atlantic this year including Coachella in California, but they claim appearing at Glastonbury in the UK has been their favourite experience so far as they have fond memories of meeting their musical heroes there.
Alex added to Spinner.com: "It is absolutely crazy. I mean, last year we played the 'other stage' at Glastonbury which is sort of like the second stage dine-in.
"I mean, you're playing with artists that you grew up with and you're playing with the bands that inspired you and the people that made you want to write music and stuff.
"It's weird when you're hanging backstage and one of those people walks past you. You're in such close proximity with all these people you've known but not met all your life."Posted on 11 Apr 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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