The Vaccines are one of the best gifts from British rock in the last ten years. It is actually pretty simple: four boys with a will to rock came together to play influenced by the 80s’ post-punk, by the rock that goes from the garage to the pub, passing through surf and bands like the The Strokes. Their Debut album “What did you expect from The Vaccines”, edited in 2011, confirmed the expectations: The audience expected great songs, without artifices and indeed there is a handful of great tracks on that record. With them, was easy for the Vaccines to set fire to stages in the UK and all over the world. But the life on the road hasn’t alienated them from the studios and, one year late, the band releases their second album “Come Of Age” with great success.
The third album “English Grafitti”, filled with balads, was produced by Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, MGMT or Tame Impala), and in 2018 we can already listen to new originals, like “I Can’t Quit” while waiting from the new album, “Combat Sports” and thrusting the promise that there’s more bold rock&roll, spawning from feelings like melancholy or euphoria. And there is nothing wrong in expecting those feeling at their concert at Super Bock Super Rock.