The Vaccines have dropped their brand new single, ‘I Can’t Quit’

A sub three minute slice of scuzzy indie pop, you can check it out now.
The Vaccines promised us a new album in 2018, and now we’re getting the first taste.



‘Combat Sports’ – set for release on 30th March – is the band’s first record with their new line-up, after the departure of drummer Pete Robertson last summer. Pete’s been replaced by new drummer Yoann Intonti, while touring keyboardist Tim Lanham is also now a fully-fledged member of the Vaccines.



Before that, they’ve dropped the first single from the record – titled ‘I Can’t Quit’ – which debuted as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 earlier this evening (3rd January).



A sub three minute slice of scuzzy indie pop, you can check it out below.


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The Vaccines will be heading out on the road in April to promote the new record, starting off in Bristol on the 3rd and wrapping up at London’s Alexandra Palace on the 14th. You can see full details below.



APRIL

03 BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol

05 BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy Bournemouth

06 CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange

07 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham

09 MANCHESTER Academy

10 NOTTINGHAM Rock City

12 GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow

13 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy Sheffield

14 LONDON Alexandra Palace



‘Combat Sports’ tracklist:



‘Put It On a T-Shirt’

‘I Can’t Quit’

‘Your Love Is My Favourite Band’

‘Surfing in the Sky’

‘Maybe (Luck of the Draw)’

‘Young American’

‘Nightclub’

‘Out On The Street’

‘Take It Easy’

‘Someone To Lose’

‘Rolling Stones’

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