The Vaccines joined by The Cribs' Ryan Jarman onstage in London Get Tickets

Jarman joins in on a rendition of 'Good Guys (Don't Wear White)'

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The Vaccines were joined onstage last night (December 7) by The Cribs' Ryan Jarman for a live collaboration at the O2 Academy Brixton London.

Jarman joined in with the band on guitar for a rendition of 'Good Guys (Don't Wear White)', a song originally by The Standells that has been a staple of the London band's live set.

They often recruit musical guests to perform the song live, and were joined by Lyle Preslar, formerly of Minor Threat, for a performance of it in New York last May. Minor Threat, themselves, used to play a cover of the song.

The Vaccines are set to wrap up their biggest UK tour yet with another show at the venue tonight (8). If the setlist mirrors last night's show they'll also be playing two new, unreleased songs as well as the likes of 'If You Wanna', 'Post Break-Up Sex' and new single 'Wetsuit'.

The Cribs, meanwhile, are expected to release their fifth album next year.

The Vaccines played:

'Blow It Up'
'Post Break-Up Sex'
'Wreckin' Bar'
'A Lack Of Understanding'
'Wetsuit'
'Under Your Thumb'
'Tiger Blood'
'All In White'
'Wolfpack'
'If You Wanna'
'Teenage Icon'
'We're Happening'
'Family Friend'
'Good Guys (Don't Wear White)'
'Norgaard'

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