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Two Door Cinema Club Plays a Vibrant, Energetic Show at The Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC

Two Door Cinema Club hit New York City with a powerfully energetic show at The Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom this past month. The band was accompanied by Overcoats, a badass, electronic-pop duo from New York.  

Two Door Cinema Club took to the stage with a vibrant, colorful energy. The punchy graphics and bold red and blue colors emanating from the screens behind transformed the stage into a colorful playground. Each song was supported by fun animations or hypnotizing, abstract illusions. Not only was the stage decked out in a primary color scheme – which references the aesthetic of the band’s newest album, False Alarm, – but, lead singer Alex Trimble was also dressed to match.    

The band played a nice balance of older songs and newer hits off False Alarm. Hearing their more classic and iconic music was a transportive experience. I was taken back to specific moments in my life when certain songs were most prevalent. Very rarely am I flashed with tons of memories triggered by a single band’s body of work. It was a euphoric sensation. 

Two Door Cinema Club continue their world tour until the end of November. You can find a list of tour dates on their website and Facebook. 

Two Door Cinema Club

Pamela Wang
Pamela Wang is a photographer/writer from Los Angeles, CA currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Find more information about her and her work at pamelawwang.com and facebook.com/pwwphotography.

Two Door Cinema Club Plays a Vibrant, Energetic Show at The Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC

Two Door Cinema Club hit New York City with a powerfully energetic show at The Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom this past month. The band was accompanied by Overcoats, a badass, electronic-pop duo from New York.  

Two Door Cinema Club took to the stage with a vibrant, colorful energy. The punchy graphics and bold red and blue colors emanating from the screens behind transformed the stage into a colorful playground. Each song was supported by fun animations or hypnotizing, abstract illusions. Not only was the stage decked out in a primary color scheme – which references the aesthetic of the band’s newest album, False Alarm, – but, lead singer Alex Trimble was also dressed to match.    

The band played a nice balance of older songs and newer hits off False Alarm. Hearing their more classic and iconic music was a transportive experience. I was taken back to specific moments in my life when certain songs were most prevalent. Very rarely am I flashed with tons of memories triggered by a single band’s body of work. It was a euphoric sensation. 

Two Door Cinema Club continue their world tour until the end of November. You can find a list of tour dates on their website and Facebook. 

Two Door Cinema Club

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