Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

Two Door Cinema Club

Joywave

$39.50 ADV / $45 DOS SOLD OUT UPGRADE TO VIP
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 7:00 PM All Ages
Two Door Cinema Club

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
This event is open to all ages. A physical, valid government-issued photo ID is required to purchase and consume alcohol. Want to have the total VIP experience? Upgrade your ticket today by reserving a bowling lane or VIP Box by reaching out to nashvilleevents@brooklynbowl.com

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Artist Info

Two Door Cinema Club

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Mixing guitar-driven, post-punk hooks with dancey, electronic polish, Northern Ireland's Two Door Cinema Club first gained attention with 2010's 'Tourist History' and singles like 'What You Know', 'Something Good Can Work' and 'Undercover Martyn'. 'Tourist History' received worldwide critical acclaim and it saw the band cement a global following.

They have since produced a hat trick of records of equal merit and success: Beacon (2012), Gameshow (2016), False Alarm (2019) & Keep On Smiling (2022) ; scoring Top 10 positions in the official charts of the UK and Ireland and each getting rave reception's from critics and fans alike.

Having performed at Coachella & Lollapalooza multiple times over the years, the band have also performed several sell-out headline US tours, and numerous performances on chat shows including Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brian, Jimmy Kimmel & Jay Leno.

They continue to perform to huge audiences and headline festivals across the world in 2023, and have firmly solidified themselves as a multi-platinum selling, global festival headlining band.

Joywave

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Cleanse is Joywave’s fourth studio album and is the follow-up to 2020’s Possession which  released on March 13th 2020 as the world shut down. With a virus ravaging the world and no  possibility of touring for the foreseeable future, Joywave frontman Daniel Armbruster was once  again able to dig into his own psyche and see what surfaced. The 10 tracks that make up Cleanse were conceived, written and recorded in Armbruster’s home studio when  “reminders of our fragile mortality were everywhere, punctuated by the ongoing pandemic and  civil unrest,” he notes.

Cleanse became the words, encouragement, and occasional cautions  that I would want to share with you if this was the last time we spoke,” Armbruster reflects. Highlights on the album include the catchy and clever “Buy American, “ the introspective “After  Coffee” which celebrates the pleasures of the mundane, the ambient groove of “Pray For The  Reboot,” the brooding and expansive “The Inversion” and “Every Window Is A Mirror” which  according to Armbruster recalls “our inability to understand the experiences of others.”

“This is the first time since Joywave has been a known entity that I can remember no one  explicitly asking me to make a record. Our third LP, “Possession”, came out March 13th 2020,  and the world stopped just a few days later. Our whole album cycle was dead on arrival. We had  spent close to 18 months making and setting up that record. It was crushing to watch everything  we had worked so hard to roll out in just the right way obliterated in an instant. 

But creatively, the timing couldn’t have been better. Something more positive began to emerge.  With our dense touring schedule shelved, I was able to reflect on past travels and appreciate  them in a new way. But reminders of our fragile mortality were everywhere, punctuated by the ongoing pandemic and civil unrest. The music began to encompass all of this. It became the  words, encouragement, and occasional cautions that I would want to share with you if this was  the last time we spoke. And with all this time spent looking inward came the realization that  there were still a few chips I was carrying on my shoulder that I needed to let go of. Maybe you  have those too. 

One of my first jobs ever was at a car wash. I thought of the band, after years spent on the road  taking a breather. Going through that wash process. Watching all the dirt and mud stripped  away. Coming out the other side refreshed and rejuvenated. Still having experienced everything  from before, but no longer wearing the scars. 

Welcome to Cleanse - Daniel Armbruster

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