The entire night was an ebb and flow affair and while the band themselves were on form, performing a mix of old and new hits with the staging and lights complimenting the rhythm, the real game changer came during, ‘Pass the Baby’ and surprisingly not during ‘Bleed American’ which came immediately before it.
9th November saw a Northern Ireland debut for American country star Thomas Rhett, who opened his European tour in Mandela Hall.
The charismatic duo distinguish their shows with perfectly timed crowd banter and sarcastic wit, and didn’t disappoint in their Belfast gig. With a little help from Keith Murray’s unstoppable energy, jumping into the crowd and blasting out ‘Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt’, the two had fun onstage with mic distortions and their comedic back and forth had the crowd crying with laughter.
By Sarah Hughes, Contributor. Indie rock trio Two Door Cinema Club are releasing their new album, GAMESHOW, on October 14th. In anticipation of GAMESHOW, the Northern Irish band have taken a departure from the indie-rock sounds of their 2012 album Beacon and debut Tourist History to bring a Bowie-esque pop single ‘Bad Decisions’. The song opensContinue reading “Two Door Cinema Club are back with new single, ‘Bad Decisions’.”
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