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Justin Young and Timothy Lanham from The Vaccines have announced their debut Halloweens album

Their eponymous debut album will arrive in March.
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Published: 5:01 pm, February 28, 2020
Justin Young and Timothy Lanham from The Vaccines have announced their debut Halloweens album

Justin Young and Timothy Lanham from The Vaccines have announced their debut Halloweens album.

The news follows the release of a couple of songs last summer, 'Hannah You’re Amazing' and 'Ur Kinda Man', and arrives alongside new tracks 'My Baby Looks Good With Another' and 'Rock Bottom Rock'.

Justin explains: "‘My Baby Looks Good With Another’ is a nod and a wink to the greed and selfishness of the never-contents... of wanting what we didn’t want when we had it - and of wanting what probably isn’t very good for us more than anything else.

"I’d written down a friend’s Instagram caption about jogging to the top of the acropolis in the August sun and had wanted to use the line for ages because I thought it sounded and looked amazing. When we wrote this song of abandonment in the dead of winter, it provided a fine dose of lexical warmth; A song about feeling cold and alone in the height of the European summer."

You can check out both tracks, and the video for ‘My Baby Looks Good With Another’, below. Their eponymous debut album will arrive on 20th March.

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