Two Door Cinema Club will headline Oval Space on 30th March for Annie Mac’s inaugural AMP London series. The show will bring to a close the series of live music, talks and discussions taking place in London between March 27th-30th. This announcement follows the release of ‘Talk’, Two Door Cinema Club’s first new music since their 2016 Top 10 album ‘Gameshow’. ‘Talk’ was unveiled as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World on Radio 1 on Monday.
“We’re over the moon to have Two Door Cinema Club perform as part of our first ever AMP London series of shows. It will be so exciting to see them play in a space like Oval Space,” says Annie.
The show is the band’s first London performance since they headlined Community Festival last summer in front of a crowd of 35,000, which makes the prospect of seeing them in the intimate setting of Oval Space particularly exclusive. Support comes from two of indie pop’s brightest lights in Circa Waves and Anteros, both of whom have hotly anticipated albums on the way this year. Tickets go on sale at 9am this Friday.
‘Talk’ is Two Door Cinema Club’s first release on the Prolifica Inc label, a new venture with PIAS and their long-standing management company that puts the band firmly in control of all aspects of their recordings and career. With over 2M albums and 1.5M tickets sold worldwide, and more than 2 billion streams and 300M video views, Two Door Cinema Club are beautifully poised to continue their dominance as one of the UK’s brightest and most enduring success stories of recent years.
Two Door Cinema Club are Alex Trimble, Sam Halliday and Kevin Baird. They play the following shows this summer (headline performances in bold):
30/03 – AMP LONDON, Oval Space, London
26/04 – Musilac Mont Blanc, Chamonix, France
03/05 – Warm Up Festival, Murcia, Spain
10/05 – Mallorca Live Festival, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
25/05 – Ward Park, Bangor, Northern Ireland
26/05 – Radio 1 Big Weekend, Middlesbrough, UK
23/06 – Sea Sessions, Co Donegal, Republic of Ireland
28/06 – Glastonbury, UK
29/06 – Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter, Belgium
30/06 – Garorock Festival, Marmande, France
06/07 – Festival Bobital, Bobital, France
08/07 – Metastadt Open Air, Vienna, Austria
19/07 – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK (Headliners)
20/07 – Deichbrand Festival, Cuxhaven, Germany
21/07 – Blue Balls Festival, Luzern, Switzerland
26/07 – Galway Arts Festival, Galway, Republic of Ireland
27/07 – Y-Not Festival, Derbyshire, UK (Headliners)
28/07 – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire, UK (Headliners)
16/08 – Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
18/08 – Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka, Japan
23/08 – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth, UK (Headliners)