Watch: Two Door Cinema Club pay homage to retro sci-fi in video for new single ‘Satellite’

Two Door Cinema Club pay homage to retro sci-fi in video for new single ‘Satellite’

Indie scamps lick aliens in the face in a kitschy new clip

Two Door Cinema Club have shared the latest taste of their new album ‘False Alarm’ with a kitschy new video for ‘Satellite’.

The visuals, which you can see below, see the indie-pop stalwarts karate chopping baddies in a quarry, dancing their way around wobbly sets, and frontman Alex Trimble boasting resplendent ginger mutton chops in his role as battleship captain.

“We had a wonderful script to work with and the luck of working with Eoin Glaister on this video,” say the trio.

“It was great fun shooting aliens and licking their heads!!”

‘Satellite’ was first announced last month, before literally being launched into space.

For more on Two Door’s years-in-the-making new album (out on 14th June), be sure to pick up the May issue of DIY, in which we sit them down for an in-depth catch up.

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