The Vaccines have said that they’ll make a new album in six months if they want to.
The band are dismissing claims that they don’t leave enough time between records by saying that they just make a new record when they feel they have one in them.
Their debut album ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?’ was released in March 2011 and their follow up, ‘The Vaccines Come Of Age’, is to be released next month – which means there has been just a year and a half between them.
Speaking to XFM, Justin Young said: “It's really weird, everyone sort of says 'when are you going to make a third record?' - we'll make one in six months if we're ready and six years if we're not.
“At no point did we ever feel rushed, we just continued to write after the first record came out and by about Christmas we had a collection of songs that we felt were better, a better representation of the band, than the first record so we thought, 'let's make a record!'
“For us, it is really important to just keep trying to get better and better and evolve and progress, so if we feel we've got a better record in us we'll get on with it as soon as we can.”
Photos: The Vaccines live at Leeds Festival 2012