Label: Kitsuné Release date: 03/05/2010 Link: Myspace Buy: Amazon There are so many Clubs around at the moment – Slow, Chapel, Bombay Bicycle and now Two Door Cinema Club have joined the…erm…‘club club’. After playing the festivals last year, including a prestigious set on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury, and supporting Phoenix on an American tour, the Bangor and Donaghadee trio re-release ‘Something Good Can Work’, a song first released on 7” last year and featured on their debut album ‘Tourist History’. A tropical start to the song with a Vampire Weekend-esque vibe over some subtle beats and brilliant use of the “oh-ooo” technique: “no-oh” and “know-oh-oh” are both present and correct and even some Los Campesinos!-style chanting appears. This soon makes way for lyrics about how “you’ve got to step up your game” and “cope with living on your own”, before the more positive tone of “we can make it work for you” takes over. There may be an 80’s atmosphere that accompanies the jangly and sun-kissed nature of the two and a half minutes but it works. It’s direct and introspective but charming with enough charisma to satisfy even the most miserly. Now, where do I sign up for this latest club? Photobucket