“One of our primary aims on the new record was to sound cinematic and widescreen,” Justin Young explains. “We frequently referenced composers like John Barry, Bruno Nicolai and Ennio Morricone, and the album version of ‘Paranormal Romance’ was probably the closest that we came to paying direct homage to their work. So to be lucky enough to have the song orchestrated by Rosie (Danvers, orchestrator) and then to record it in Studio 2 at Abbey Road is what dreams are made of.”
See The Vaccines live at the following dates:
13 AYLESBURY, Waterside Theatre
14 MANCHESTER, O2 Victoria Warehouse
15 LIVERPOOL, Uni Mountford Hall
16 LEEDS, O2 Academy
18 PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall
19 BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy
21 LONDON, SSE Arena Wembley
23 NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, O2 City Hall
24 GLASGOW, Barrowland Ballroom
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