The Vaccines to release EP of new songs

Justin Young suggests 'different' sounding tracks could be released soon

The Vaccines to release EP of new songs

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The Vaccines are looking to release a new EP of songs recorded in LA earlier this year, according to frontman Justin Young.

The prolific band released their second album 'Come Of Age' in 2012, having released their debut the year before. They headed to Los Angeles in March to lay down "a few" new songs. Speaking to NME in this week's issue, on newsstands now, Young admits he does not know what will become of the the "different" sounding songs, but he is hopeful fans will be able to buy them soon.

"We recorded a few songs in LA last month with John Hill and Rich Costey, and we're just working out what to do with them," says Young. "They feel like a bridge to something else so I guess they'll be an EP, but I guess there is a small chance they might be the start of album three, because I feel very creative at the moment. They feel quite different so it's exciting. We're trying a lot of things for the first time."

The Vaccines have shared 10 rare and unheard tracks on a covermount CD free with this week's issue of NME, which hits newsstands today (May 1). The tracklisting for 'NME Presents The Vaccines, Home is Where the Start Is, Home Demos 2009-2012' is:

'Isolation' (Recorded in RMS rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, May 2012)
'If You Wanna' (Recorded in The Grove rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, May 2009)
'Panic Attack' (Recorded in RMS rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, September 2011)
'Delicate' (Recorded in RMS rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, May 2012)
'Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)' (Recorded in Ritz rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, July 2010)
'I Wish I Was A Girl' (Recorded in RMS rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, March 2012)
'Wetsuit' (Recorded in The Grove rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, May 2009)
'Nørgaard' (Recorded in the basement at Red Light Management, London, May 2010)
'No Hope' (Recorded in RMS rehearsal space and Justin’s bedroom, London, October 2011)
'Runaway' (Recorded in Deluxe rehearsal space and Justin’s hotel room, Melbourne, January 2012)

Read the full interview with The Vaccines in the new issue of NME.

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