- 05 Jun 20
Some tracks on the collection have never been played live.
Northern Irish band Two Door Cinema Club have surprised their fans by releasing new seven-song collection 'Lost Songs (Found)'.
The band released a teaser on social media last night, with the collection appearing to be predominantly B-sides from 2010's Tourist History.
It includes an original demo of ‘Something Good For You’, and the first studio version of ‘Hands Off My Cash, Monty’, which the band often played live back in 2011.
The band have only played other tracks ‘Tiptoes’, ‘Not In This Town’ and ‘Too Much Coffee’ live once, in tiny venues around the UK over 12 years ago.
'Impatience Is A Virtue’ and ’19’ have seemingly never been played live before.
Two Door Cinema Club released a charity cover of John Lennon‘s ‘Isolation’ last month in the hopes of raising funds for Irish social justice charity Extern.
Frontman Alex Trimble recorded the cover in his makeshift home studio during lockdown last month.