Two Door Cinema Club Share Compassion With Syrian Bombing Victims
26 September 2016, 17:08 | Updated: 26 September 2016, 17:24
The Northern Irish trio - who announced UK tour dates today - have shared their thoughts on the conflict.
Two Door Cinema club have shared their "compassion" for the victims of the Syrian bombings.
The trio took to Twitter today to talk about the recent bombings in the country, and to question why victims aren't being helped more.
See their tweets below:
Why are we not stopping the people dropping those bombs? Why are we not helping the people who've risked their lives to escape them?— Two Door Cinema Club (@TDCinemaClub) September 26, 2016
Take one look at what's going on in Syria. How can anyone not show compassion for the human beings fleeing the bombs.— Two Door Cinema Club (@TDCinemaClub) September 26, 2016
The tweets came on the same day the band announced a huge UK tour, where they will play gigs across the Britain, including a date at London's Alexandra Palace.
UK! UK! We promised some dates, and now we can deliver. Get your chops around this! pic.twitter.com/Rh7LJv2pPS— Two Door Cinema Club (@TDCinemaClub) September 26, 2016
It's not the first time the band have shared their political opinions, previously speaking about the mood at Glastonbury festival on the morning of this year's Brexit result.
Frontman Alex Trimble and guitarist Sam Halliday told Radio X: "It's a real disgrace. The older generation have screwed us over here.
"How many people do you know who have been studying abroad and lived in Germany or whatever for a year and had a great time? Just the thought of ourselves or our kids not getting the chance to do that..."