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THE VACCINES


Bringing back rock


By Charliedavid Page, 24th January 2012
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THE VACCINES

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BRINGING BACK ROCK

BAND: THE VACCINES
MEMBERS: JUSTIN YOUNG - VOCALS, GUITAR
ARNI ARNASON - BASS
FREDDIE COWAN - GUITAR
PETE ROBERTSON - DRUMS
FORMED: 2010
FROM: LONDON
SOUND: INDIE ROCK
WEBSITE: WWW.THEVACCINES.CO.UK
FACEBOOK: THEVACCINES
TWITTER: @THEREALVACCINES
INSTAGRAM: @THEVACCINES
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By Charliedavid Page, 24th January 2012
On their second visit to Australia in the space of six months, The Vaccines have taken off with a bang. The band from London made a real name for themselves last year when they released their debut album, 'What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?'. With singles released for six of eleven of the tracks, they've really making noise right around the world.

The band stepped on stage at the Hordern Pavilion looking like they'd just walked out of the 1990s, but gave the perfect example of how to play a good rock gig - no theatrics, just the four guys performing a solid set.

They kicked off with 'Blow It Up', an effective way to show the crowd what was in store. From then on came song after song - their short, intense tunes lend themselves perfectly to a live performance; you hear a song of theirs and can't help but enjoy yourself.

THE VACCINES - WETSUIT

The Vaccines went on to deliver an excellent rendition of the mellow 'Wetsuit', and incendiary versions of 'If You Wanna' and 'Nørgaard', which finished the set. By that time, the audience were all the way behind the band; in their 40-ish minute set, they'd managed to draw a crowd that filled the entire Hordern Pavilion. 

Lead singer, Justin Young, has a voice even more grungy than the album recording, and it's clear the band has been on tour for a good part of 2011; as a band, the Vaccines have it together. Playing live, they amp up the ferocity of each song ten times over.

Apart from a few technical issues throughout the show (which the band played right through), there was only one real issue with this gig - the fact that The Vaccines were the supporting act.

If you get the opportunity, catch The Vaccines on this visit to Australia. It's safe to say their next visit won't be so easy to get a hold of tickets for.

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