The Vibrators - Falling Into The Sky

The Vibrators Release Details About Their Final Album, Share Another Single

The Vibrators - Falling Into The Sky

For a whopping four and a half decades, the British musical troupe known as The Vibrators have been slinging guitars, crashing cymbals, and bringing their frenetic, energetic brand of punk rock music to the world. As one of the original “first wave” of British punks, The Vibrators can truly be said to have changed the face of not just music itself but western culture and society as a whole. So, now that The Vibes – still led by main songwriter/singer Knox and drummer Eddie alongside longtime members Pete Honkamaki and Nigel Bennett – have announced what is to be their final studio album, the time has come not to mourn their retirement but to celebrate their legacy! 

Fall Into The Sky is indeed the last new recording that will appear under The Vibrators moniker, and what a way to go out! The album shimmers with some of the group’s strongest melodies and electrifying riffs. “He’s A Psycho,” the album’s first single released at the beginning of the year, has already shown that the boys have not lost one iota of punk attitude or musical grit. And much more is in store including the killer opener “The Owl And The Kangaroo” and the similarly smashing “Burning Me Up,” which is released today on all digital platforms. Check it out now!

Stream the single: HERE

Fall Into The Sky is set to be released in full on August 12. The album will be available on all major formats including CD, vinyl and digital. This is your chance to own a piece of punk rock history, the end of an era, the final act. The Vibrators are dead – Long live The Vibrators!

When asked for comment, Knox simply said in his typical succinct fashion, “Adios, Amigos!”

Pre-order the CD/LP: HERE
Pre-order/pre-save the digital: HERE





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