Vans Simpsons Collaboration Header
The News

Vans Announce New Collaboration With The Simpsons

There’s a brand-new Vans x The Simpsons collaboration on the way…

Thirteen years after their original collaboration, Vans and The Simpsons have teased that a new joint collection is coming. 

The skate brand first teamed up with everyone’s favourite Springfieldians back in July 2007, when The Simpsons Movie was released. But now they’re back together once more, with Vans’ social media releasing a teaser video featuring those iconic opening sequence clouds in a sky of signature Simpsons yellow.

Read this: 14 rock songs that featured in The Simpsons

The Simpsons x Vans is coming soon,” is all Vans have said so far. Sign up for updates to be the first to know when it arrives at vans.com/thesimpsons.”

With the link then pointing to a Vans page that shows the tops of Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa’s heads, we can probably assume that the titular Simpson family will be involved somehow – but as for any other characters or legendary episodes, scenes, quotes or products? We’re not sure just yet.

Either way, it’s say to assume that you doh-n’t want to miss this… 

In other Simpsons-related news, these absolutely genius adaptations of rock and metal album covers will almost definitely keep you occupied until you can get your hands on the new Vans collab.

Read this: The 12 best rock cameos in The Simpsons

Posted on July 28th 2020, 11:07a.m.
Read More
Svalbard in The K! Pit
Brit metallers Svalbard hit The K! Pit in association with Nordic Spirit at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar.
Wargasm in The K! Pit
Chaotic twosome Wargasm hit The K! Pit in association with ALT+LDN at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar
Architects to release Royal Albert Hall livestream on demand and vinyl

Architects are releasing their 2020 Royal Albert Hall livestream show on vinyl and video-on-demand.

Oli Sykes collabs with Cheat Codes on "lyrically depressing" pop song Dummy

Hear Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes lend his vocals to Dummy, a new song on Cheat Codes’ just-released Hellraisers Part 2 album.