The Vaccines claim new album has more depth
The indie-rock quartet, who previewed several new songs during a secret gig at Hackney pub The Sebright Arms last night, told the NME that there are several differences between the record and 2011’s ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines.’
Frontman Justin Young said: “There's still a directness and a simplicity - across the [new] record there's definitely more depth, but if you don't want depth you don't have to see it.
“I think that's the best kind of music. It’s as much about entertainment as anything else.”
The ‘Post Break-Up Sex’ singer, whose band were supported by Frankie & The Heartstrings at the gig, also revealed that they were delighted with the crowd response to the new songs:
"We made a conscious decision to play the songs from the album that would make sense within our live set so people can dance around.
"Last time we were playing venues this size people certainly weren't reacting like that to songs from the first record, but I feel confident in all the songs we played tonight - there's no reason why people won't be singing them in six months time."
Watch the video for The Vaccines' 'No Hope' below:
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