The Vaccines The Vaccines kick off with Your Love is My New Favourite Band and the crowd goes berserk, beers, shirts and even the odd shoe go flying through the air and the party is well underway. Teenage Icon, a catchy single from their sophomore effort Come Of Age follows and I can’t help but have my attention diverted from the band to the audience itself.


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The Vaccines The Vaccines storm into Sheffield on the back of their 4th studio album ‘Combat Sports’, released just 2 weeks previously. It’s hard to pigeonhole The Vaccines. They’re not your standard indie rock outfit, for a start several songs have a definite 50s influence.


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The Vaccines Topically, as we approach the Flu season where grown men all but die in their beds and women sniffle a little, the aptly named Vaccines found themselves frequenting the stage at the Academy on a bitterly cold Winter’s night.


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