The Vines have set a March 23 release for "Winning Days," the Australian garage rock act's second Capitol album. The set re-teams the band with Rob Schnapf, who produced the Vines' 2002 debut, "Highly

The Vines have set a March 23 release for "Winning Days," the Australian garage rock act's second Capitol album. The set re-teams the band with Rob Schnapf, who produced the Vines' 2002 debut, "Highly Evolved."

"Winning Days" is preceded by today's (Dec. 15) international digital release of the single "F*** the World." Along with its availability though digital retailers, the searing drone of the song's chorus is also streaming on the band's official Web site. A 7" vinyl single will be made available through select retailers.

The album's first radio single will be "Ride." The rest of the 11-track album is made up of the songs "Animal Machine," "TV Pro," "Autumn Shade 2," "Evil Town," "Winning Days," "She's Got Something to Say to Me," "Rainfall," "Amnesia" and "Sunchild."

Released in July 2002, "Highly Evolved" debuted at No. 11 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 649,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Radio single "Get Free" peaked at No. 7 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 27 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks tally.