The Vaccines have announced the track listing of their forthcoming second album The Vaccines Come Of Age.
The 11-track album, released on Friday August 31st 2012, was recorded at the ICP studios in Brussels and Distillery in Bath with producer Ethan Johns,
The track listing is as follows:
1. No Hope
2. I Always Knew
3. Teenage Icon
4. All in Vain
5. Ghost Town
6. Aftershave Ocean
8. Bad Mod
9. Change Of Heart pt. 2
10. I Wish I Was A Girl
11. Lonely World
The album will also be released as a deluxe 2 CD edition featuring 3 bonus tracks, Runaway, Possessive and Misbehaviour. The second CD features 17 live songs recorded at their recent live show at the Brighton Centre in the UK on May 7th 2012.
The Vaccines will release their first single from the album, ‘No Hope’, digitally through Sony Music Australia on July 13th. The single was premiered as ‘The Hottest Record In The World’ on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show on Monday 28th May and is currently the #1 Most Played song on Triple J here in Australia.
The Vaccines Come Of Age follows their UK platinum selling, Brit nominated and NME award winning debut, What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? which was released in March 2011.
The Vaccines made their second visit to Australia at the beginning of the year for the Big Day Out tour, and recently played a short sold-out arena tour of seaside towns in the U.K. where they premiered a number of new songs off their forthcoming album, headlined the 2nd stage at the Field Day Festival in London in early June and played the main stage at the Isle of Wight Festival.
They have also so far been announced to play the main stages at T in the Park and Reading /Leeds festivals, alongside support slots with The Stones Roses in Heaton Park, Manchester and The Red Hot Chilli Peppers in Europe and shows in Russia, South Korea and Japan over the summer.
The Vaccines are: Arni Arnason (bass), Freddie Cowan (guitar / vocals), Pete Robertson (drums) & Justin Young (vocals / guitar).
SINGLE: NO HOPE – AVAILABLE JULY 13TH | ALBUM: COME OF AGE – AVAILABLE AUGUST 31st 2012