British Band ‘The Vamps’ Are Coming To India Again!


The ‘Oh Cecilia’ boy band – comprised of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans -have teamed up with Matoma for the club anthem titled ‘All Night’.

Soon after the single announcement, the band announced their 2017 tour dates for the UK. But, Indian fans can rejoice as the boys are visiting India even before their tour starts next year. That’s correct. According to a leading portal, the British boy band is all set to visit India for the second time to promote their new single. It is also speculated that they will be promoting their new book as well which features how they met, their journey from solo musicians till a band.

It has only been a month  since they had visited India for 10 days had a show in Mumbai. They had collaborated with Indian music composers Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani on the song titled ‘Beliya’ which was rock mixed with Indian music.

Coming to their new album and song, the boys recently revealed some interesting details about the same during Notion magazine interview. “We’re not trying to make a dance album but it’s a bit more dance-y than anything we’ve done before,” James shared with Notion mag. “It’s quite atmospheric. We’ve tried to blend in a dance drop with a singer- songwriter verses so it’s much more like a blend of genre. It’s about the nostalgia of spending time with a girl and you’re up and you can’t sleep and you wish that you were with her.”

Brad added, “In the verses especially it goes more in depth in terms of speaking about someone who had essentially pulled you back from a bit of a rubbish place. You get all of that depth in the verse which is nice. Then the chorus is this big sing-along; it almost sounds like these kids singing. Hopefully, people like it.”

All Night’ will officially drop on Friday, October 14th.


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