THE VAMPS PREMIERE THE VIDEO FOR REST YOUR LOVE
THE ALBUM WAKE UP OUT TODAY
Ahead of the release of Wake Up, their second album, out today, The Vamps announced that their new single will be Rest Your Love. This was announced to be the next single on Greg James’ Radio 1 show, and today they have premiered the video which you can view here. The video guest stars a number of the band’s celeb friends including Dynamo, Maisie Williams, Conor Maynard, Nina Nesbitt and more.
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Wake Up, the highly anticipated follow up to Meet The Vamps, is available to buy now at here. When The Vamps announced their return at the end of September, the pre-order for the Wake Up EP went to #1 in a matter of minutes. Following the track premiering at radio, a Track of the Day on Radio 1, the video launching guest starring Brooklyn Beckham (view here), the single was released and midweeked at #1. When their fan-fests went on sale most sold out immediately, and the arena tour in Spring 2016 looks set to do the same.
Wake Up, includes 18 songs and a very special free concert DVD from The Vamps recent sold out, headline shows at the O2 Arena. The DVD will only be available for the first 4 weeks, while stocks last, so fans should snap up a copy quickly. The Vamps have also premiered instant grat tracks Cheater and Stolen Moments.
The Vamps will return to the arenas for another sure to be sold out run in Spring 2016. The Wake Up UK Tour will feature jumbo LED side screens and a sprawling stage across the arena floor so the fans can be close to the band, and with supports from Conor Maynard (excluding Belfast and Dublin), The Tide and Hometown. The Vamps, who are always keen to treat their fans and want to make sure that every fan can afford to come along, have made over 40,000 tickets for the UK arena tour only £9.50.
Fri 25 Mar – Birmingham Genting Arena
Sat 26 Mar – Birmingham Genting Arena
Mon 28 Mar – Dublin 3 Arena
Wed 30 Mar – Belfast The SSE Arena
Fri 01 Apr – London The 02
Sat 02 Apr – London The 02
Tue 05 Apr – Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Wed 06 Apr – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Fri 08 Apr – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Sat 09 Apr – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Tue 12 Apr – Liverpool Echo Arena
Fri 15 Apr – Sheffield Arena
Sat 16 Apr – Manchester Arena