The Kitsune-signed electro-pop trio return with a record that aims to be as catchy and danceable as their 2010 debut, Tourist History. There’s no bizarre experimentation on the agenda, just a few more ‘tropical’ guitar licks atop the same Bombay Bicycle Club-meets-Foals foundation. There’s no doubt TDCC will go stratospheric this autumn – which is more than they deserve for this middle-of-the-road album.
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The critically acclaimed Shakespeare play will be performed in January
The beachside dining spot is celebrating international coffee day at its brand-new branch
Black Coffee and Themba will hit the decks on Friday September 28
You’ll get a complimentary vegetarian dim sum basket on October 1