The Vaccines

Music, Rock and indie
The Vaccines

If there's one British group that sings and writes happy, good-time music with a teen spirit that you can't help to dance to, it's The Vaccines. The four-member band from West London shot to international fame with their first album, 'What Did you Expect from The Vaccines?' (2011), an anthem to teen summers, to letting bubbly rock melodies carry you away, and their ode to 'carpe diem'. They're back in Madrid now, after spending time playing in festivals like the city's Dcode, to present their third LP, 'English Graffiti' (2015), which, although there is some continuity from 2012's 'Come of Age', gets daring with more rock and psychedelic sounds. Justin Hayward-Young and company will get La Riviera jumping with hits like ‘Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)’, ‘Post Break-Up Sex’, ‘If You Wanna’, ‘Teenage Icon’ and ‘Wetsuit’, among others.


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