I am pleased to finally bring you Two Door Cinema Club Ukulele style! This is my medley arrangement for the Tourist History Album. In this article you will the Two Door Cinema Club Ukulele TABs for Something Good Can Work, I Can Talk and What You Know.
Another HIGHLY requested album. Ever since I started arranging albums on the ukulele people have been wanting to hear it and I’m not surprised. The guitar riffs coupled with the angel-like voice of Alex Trimble make for the perfect album. It grips you from start to finish.
This video is part of a project I’m working on. I’m learning to play my favourite albums on a ukulele. If you enjoyed it why not check out some other classic albums that I arranged. Like The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis or Gorilliaz.
Two Door Cinema Club Ukulele TABs
If you are unfamiliar with how to read tabs, I highly suggest you check out my guide here.
Something good can work out
This song comes in 3 parts for the ukulele. Firstly you have the opening acoutsic guitar riff. Thats super simple for the ukulele as its only using 1 string and 3 frets. Then you have the most notable part, the opening chords. The strumming pattern for these is DD DUDUD. Then you have the iconic guitar riff, the sound of 2010 haha!
i can talk
This is another simple one that is just imitating the main vocal line on the chorus. The 12s at the end is just me placing my finger above the 12th fret and strumming.
wHAT YOU KNOW
This just sounds great on the ukulele! You need to listen to my version to get strumming pattern down. After the chords, we play the slick guitar riff.
All the other tabs for the rest of the album can be found on Gumroad or my Patreon page. Patreon is a cool way for you to join my community and support me by pledging a small monthly donation. Imagine that, I could make a living doing what I love… because of you!
Bloc Party ( Helicopter, Banquet, Blue Light )
Hippo Campus ( Suicide Saturday, Bashful Creatures )
Queen ( Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, Now Im Here )
Mumford & Sons ( Sigh No More, Roll Away Your Stone, I Gave You All )
Coldplay ( In My Place, God Put A Smile, Daylight )
Taylor Swift ( Welcome to NY, Blank Space, All You Had To Do Was Stay )
Arctic Monkeys ( Teddy Picker, D Is For Danger, House Is A Circus )
Joy Division ( She’s Lost Control, Shadowplay )