Listen: Two Door Cinema Club share debut EP ‘Four Words To Stand On’ online for the first time

Two Door Cinema Club share debut EP ‘Four Words To Stand On’ online for the first time

The debut collection was released ten years ago today, and comes complete with a mini-documentary.

Two Door Cinema Club released their debut EP ‘Four Words To Stand On’ ten years ago today, and to celebrate the anniversary, it’s been made available to stream online for the first time.

The EP was self-released when the band were 16 year-olds at school in Belfast (aw!), and hasn’t been available to stream online until now.

The EP spans 5 tracks, including original demos of three tracks that made it onto the band’s debut LP ‘Tourist History’, and two unheard tracks: ‘New Houses’ and ‘Standing On Ghosts’.

100 signed and numbered screen prints of the original EP artwork will be made available on March 26th via the band’s website.

Footage has also been unearthed of a mini-documentary the band made back in 2008 around the EP’s launch.

Stream ‘Four Words To Stand On’ and watch the documentary below.

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