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Gallery: Peach Pit + Two Door Cinema Club

By Tanmay Shankar

Nov 7, 2019 7:56 pm

The concert opened with Peach Pit, an indie pop band from Vancouver, British Columbia, with Neil Smith on the vocals and rhythm guitar.

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Peach Pit’s set featured mellow, duotone lighting and energetic dance moves.

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The four-piece band is currently touring with Two Door Cinema Club across the U.S. and Canada.

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Lead guitarist Christopher Vanderkooy hops off the stage to interact with the audience at the Hollywood Palladium.

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Two Door Cinema Club followed the act by Peach Pit on their tour ‘’False Alarm,’’ named for their fourth and most recent album released in June.

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Alex Trimble led the band on the vocals, opening their act to ‘’Talk,’’ a single from ‘’False Alarm.’’

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Trimble frequently interacted with the audience at the event, pausing during the chorus of ‘’Talk’’ for concertgoers to sing along.

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Sam Halliday, a founding member of the band and lead guitarist, accompanied Trimble on ‘’Talk.’’

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The set was backlit with an LED screen showing graphics of megaphones, a prominently featured motif on the ‘'False Alarm’’ album art.

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Benjamin Thompson, a touring member of the band, accompanied the act on the drums.

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Kevin Baird, another founding member of the band, accompanied the act on the bass guitar.

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After ‘’Talk,’’ the act moved on to a crowd favorite, ‘’Undercover Martyn,’’ from the band’s debut 2010 album, ‘’Tourist History.’’

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Trimble later brought out the rhythm guitar to accompany his vocal performance.

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The set list included newer songs as well as old favorites from ‘’Tourist History’’ and the band’s 2012 album ‘’Beacon,’’ ending with ‘’Nice to See You’’ from ‘’False Alarm.’’

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Tanmay Shankar | Assistant Photo editor
Tanmay is an Assistant Photo editor of the Daily Bruin. He covers the sports beat.
Tanmay is an Assistant Photo editor of the Daily Bruin. He covers the sports beat.
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