The Vaccines announce Brighton comeback show

Band will be playing new material at Concorde 2 gig

The Vaccines have announced that they will play a comeback gig in Brighton later this month (January 19).

Earlier this week, the band revealed that they would play a secret show in London on January 20. Now, they have also confirmed that they will also perform at Brighton Concorde 2, where they are expected to debut new material.

Speaking previously about the London show, which will take place at a secret location, The Vaccines had said: “Hello. Long time no speak. We are playing an intimate show in London this month featuring new songs and old. Hope to see as many of you there as possible, it’s been too long.”

The Vaccines are currently working on their third studio album and previously hinted at several new song titles which might feature on the LP including ‘Dream Lover’, ‘Want You So Bad’ and ‘Denial’.

The group have teamed up with producer Dave Fridmann (Weezer, The Cribs, Tame Impala) on the record. At the end of 2013, frontman Justin Young claimed the band wouldn’t be releasing their third album any time soon, explaining that they had already started writing the follow-up to 2012’s ‘Come Of Age’, but in a “solitary manner”.

The band’s last release, the ‘Melody Calling’ EP, was recorded during their US sessions in March 2013 at Eldorado Studios in Burbank, Los Angeles, with producers John Hill (Rihanna, MIA, Santigold) and Rich Costey (Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Arctic Monkeys).

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