You can expect fresh music from The Vaccines tomorrow with their new single ‘I Can’t Quit’

It'll get a first spin on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac's Hottest Record.
Last year, The Vaccines promised us a new album in 2018, and tomorrow we’re getting the first full 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 Pete’s been replaced by new drummer Yoann Intonti, while touring keyboardist Tim Lanham is also now a fully-fledged member of the Vaccines.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’ll drop new track ‘I Can’t Quit’ on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show tomorrow night (3rd January) as her hottest record.

They’ll all 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.


03 BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol

05 BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy Bournemouth

06 CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange

07 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham



12 GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow

13 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy Sheffield

14 LONDON Alexandra Palace

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