Boardmasters: Two Door Cinema Club on their ‘huge moment’

Two Door Cinema Club have headlined Boardmasters, job it their ‘biggest festival moment” to date.

After a murky day, the rain eased as the rope played a brew of old and new to the throng in Cornwall.

Speaking to Newsbeat, lead thespian Alex Trimble said: “We’ve headlined pieces and pieces but we’ve never finished anything utterly this high form and never in the UK.”

Flaming Lips, Slaves and Lucy Rose also achieved on Friday.

Two weeks ago, Two Door Cinema Club were forced to desert their set at Y Not festival due to bad weather.

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Things didn’t get off to a good start at Boardmasters possibly when Alex and bandmate Kevin Baird found out their moody to Newquay was cancelled.

“They offering us an eight hour deputy sight service for a plane,” pronounced Kevin.

They declined the sight and took a six-hour sight debate from London.

Things were somewhat easier for third rope member Sam Halliday.

“I had a bit some-more of a debate of self-discovery. I’ve been here all week in a sauna hotel, just chilling,” he said.

After 10 years of touring, the rope contend a new emanate of smaller UK festivals has supposing a good platform.

As good as Boardmasters, they recently headlined Wilderness too.

“There’s a lot of good newish bands – if we’re still allowed to be called a newish rope – that don’t get a possibility to headline,” pronounced Kevin.

“There can be a few batch headliners a bit over and over again. So these smaller festivals give younger bands a chance.”

Alex argues it would be good “for festivals to take a few some-more chances on some-more acts”.

He says festivals are booked so distant in allege that “it’s formidable to know who is going to come by in years to come since music moves so fast”.

Two Door Cinema Club

The organisation have now been together 10 years, and are now compelling their third studio album, Gameshow, expelled in 2016.

However, their set at Boardmasters began with 3 songs from their 2010 debut, Tourist History (Cigarettes in the Theatre, Undercover Martyn and Do You Want It All?)

Alex, wearing some eye-catching leopard imitation height shoes, told the crowd: “What a stately day we’re having.”

Kevin from the rope also suggested he’s on the hunt for some new TV shows to binge on.

“I rewatched Master Of None recently. It’s amazing. I’ve a big fan of Aziz Ansari and any part is totally different.

“When we’re on tour, the headphones go in and we just download everything.”

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