I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say that this album was one of the most anticipated albums of this month.
Two Door Cinema Club, one of the best bands of the late 2000’s indie explosion, staple at every indie club night, danceable, well-written pop music with that little something extra.
If you expected something similar to the synthy joy you’re used to … well … I’d say you’re shit outta luck.
In the middle of this pretty sunny but awfully cold October, I think what we all need is some vaguely melancholy but really sunny music.
Don’t Call Me Calm is simple and effortless. It’s a song about affection and distance, having to be patient. It’s inspired by the psych guitar music he likes so much and you can tell. There’s a funky guitar, some gentle harmonies and a whole lot of ambience.
So have a little sitdown by the window with a cup of tea and enjoy all the best feelings of autumn.