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Taking part in Hive's Live in NYC series, Irish-rock quartet Two Door Cinema Club crammed into the Studio at Webster Hall last night (Sept. 14) for a blistering set of tunes from their breakout debut Tourist History. Highlights include punchy versions of "What You Know," "Cigarettes in the Theatre," and "Eat That Up," as well as underappreciated gems such as "Kids" and "Hands Off My Cash, Monty."
Though Tourist History has been out for nearly a year and a half, one of Two Door's many strengths is their youthfulness. Sure, it's easy to point out how young they look -- but being young and in a band makes them excited to play their tunes night after night. In other words, they never seem bored with their material. For on-demand performance clips, check out the Live in NYC hub on September 26. Check out the photo gallery below for up-close-and-personal shots of the group's performance.
Setlist: Cigarettes in the Theatre/Undercover Martyn/Hands Off My Cash, Monty/Do You Want It All/This Is the Life/Kids/Something Good Can Work/Costume Party/You're Not Stubborn/Eat That Up/What You Know/Come Back Home/I Can Talk
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