Will Waterhouse interviews Luna Blue ahead of their first Manchester gig at 33 Oldham Street.
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I’ll always have infinitely more respect for Lou Reed collaborating with Metallica than any indie clone band.
Alex Trimble, Kevin Baird and Sam Halliday, otherwise known as Two Door Cinema Club, are sitting backstage at the Academy 2, admiring the glorious view of the building site in front of the John Rylands library. They may have just driven through the night from Glasgow, but as lead singer Alex starts talking, you can instantly tell they wouldn’t change it for the world.
The Brighton natives Luna Blue more than deliver with their newest track, Will Waterhouse discusses their new collaboration with Fickle Friends star and producer Jack Wilson.
Two Door put in a solid performance, padding out the set with crowd-pleasers and big hits – a social currency the crowd seemed happy to trade in
Hana Kelly bids a sad farewell to Two Door Cinema Club’s former glory on their third LP
Two Door Cinema Club, Metronomy, Tribes and Azealia Banks play to a packed out Academy.
4 Stars Its 7:30pm, and outside the union a group of teenage girls are shelling out £40 each for a ticket. Bearing in mind the normal price was £9.50, it’s not surprising the touts are laughing their heads off. It’s also no surprise to find that at least of half of the crowd is underage, […]