The Vaccines have unveiled a video for their track ’20/20′.
The song features on the band’s recent album ‘English Graffiti’, which was released on May 25.
The album, their third, was produced by the band themselves, Dave Fridmann and Cole MGN, who has also produced records for Ariel Pink and Beck.
This new clip sees a protagonist insert drops into his eyes that allow him to see through strangers’ clothing and a deck of cards, winning big at a casino in the process.
Speaking to NME, the band’s frontman Justin Young said the band would be releasing new music “sooner rather than later”.
The singer continued: “I think that we really needed that break after two or five years, well, three or four years of constant touring, and two records and an EP. I certainly don’t feel like I need that break any time soon again.”
Bandmate Freddie Cowan agreed with Young and suggested that the band might revert back to the music industry’s old method of releasing multiple records in a year.
“I think there’s this feeling these days that there’s such a long gap between each record, that each creative period gets one record, whereas I think it used to be one or two records a year, back in the ’60s. Each creative period would get two or three records, and I feel like we’ve actually got more to come from this chapter,” Cowan said.
Cowan added: “I don’t like this idea of, ‘Let’s make a record and three years later we’ll come back with something else’. I find those gaps too long!”
The band have also altered a series of dates on their upcoming UK tour so they can support Mumford & Sons in Australia.
The band have postponed four gigs in November and moved one to another location, with the Bridlington Spa date now set to take place in Leeds. Gigs in Bournemouth, Cardiff, Plymouth and Blackpool have all been rescheduled, with new dates below.
Tickets remain valid for all dates, and refunds are available from point of purchase until August 1. The Vaccines will open for Mumford & Sons on their stadium tour of Australia at the start of November.
The Vaccines will play:
Wolverhampton, Civic Hall (November 17)
Brighton, Centre (19)
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena (20)
London, Brixton Academy (22-23 and 26)
Leeds, Academy (29)
Bournemouth, BIC (30)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 1)
Plymouth, Pavilions (3)
Blackpool, Empress Ballroom (4)