Band also name Scottish crowds as 'the best in the world'
The Vaccines have said that they are chomping at the bit to get in and record their second album.
The band will enter the studio to record the follow-up to their 2011 debut album ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?’ next week and will relocate to Belgium to work with Kings Of Leon/Ryan Adams producer Ethan Johns on the album.
Speaking to NME at last week’s Brit Awards in a video which you can see by scrolling up to the top of your screen and clicking, the band said that they “just want to get in the studio and make a record”.
Asked about how he was feeling in build-up to recording the band’s second album, frontman Justin Young replied: “We can’t wait. When you’re in the studio, you just crave the road and getting out and playing shows, but we’ve been touring for the last 18 months so we really just want to get in and make a record”.
He continued: “We’re really excited about the songs, we’re really excited about working with Ethan. We want to get on with it now.”
The band also spoke about their summer festival appearances and named T In The Park as the one they were most looking forward to.
Speaking about this, guitarist Freddie Cowan said: “T In The Park was the first one that really went off for us. It felt like a sign of what came next and we’re really looking forward to going back. Scottish crowds are the best crowds in the world.”
The Vaccines will also play Benicassim, Isle Of Wight Festival and Chazzstock during the course of this summer.