Sometimes beauty is in simplicity. The Vaccines’ second single is basically four chords, a steady drumbeat and a relatable tale of lamentable lust. But stick it in front of a ravenous crowd and you get a rough and ready everyman anthem.

 
 

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Group alter gigs in to travel to Australia with band

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  • Jun 30, 2015

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Band say they could be ready to headline Glasto after one more album

  • Jun 29, 2015

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It’s better to lose yourself and crowdsurf rather than care

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