The Vaccines Announce Free EP and Intimate London Gig

London indie-rockers, The Vaccines, today announced the band’s plans to release a free EP consisting of three live takes from their recent headline show at the Brighton Centre. The EP is available to download from vaccinesep.com now.

The EP features live versions of the quartet’s most recent single, Tiger Blood, as well as fan favourite, Wreckin’ Bar (Ra Ra Ra) and a cover of R.Stevie Moore’s Why Should I Love You. The EP itself is entitled Live In Brighton. Not only have the band announced a free EP, they’ve also announced a very much intimate London show, occurring tonight (June 22nd).

In a brief statement the band said:

“We’ll be playing a gig at the Sebright Arms in East London tomorrow night with support from Frankie & the Heartstrings. It’s £5 so please come along and party with us. First come, first served.”

The gig is to act as a warm-up show for the band’s numerous festival appearances this summer, including their set at Radio 1′s Hackney Weekend tomorrow on the In New Music We Trust stage. The band have also recently announced that their sophomore release, The Vaccines Come of Age is set for a 3rd September release, having already previewed the album’s first single, No Hope, which you can listen to below.

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