Think old The Vamps mixed flawlessly with their new grown up and real sound and this is the outcome. A beautiful piano-led introduction is complemented with a very simple drum line yet highly effective drumline which just makes us want to stand up, sing along and clap along to. With the Night Edition, every track on it sounded like they could be released as singles and they would perform well. . Starting with Talk Later an effective, repetitive combination of drum and guitar lines instantly fixates within your brain. The album debuted at number one on the , marking the band's first number-one album, and out-selling 's that week. It's also safe to say that the guys - , , and - were anxious to get this album to the fans.
There are hints of club-inspired beats yet lashings of emotional powerful hidden within the track from the onset. The use of dual vocals brings a new dynamic to this track, telling a story from two points of view with a healthy dose of emotion thrown in for good measure. Also the band did a European tour between May and June 2018. Then, the Middle of the Night Tour visited South America, Oceania, Asia and Mexico between September and May 2017. Title Writer s Producer s Length 19. And the difference between night and day could actually be felt.
Once again the quartet play with the club sound the Night Edition of the album brought to light but still retaining a trademark Vamps sound. There was also a couple summer show that took place between July and September 2018 in Europe. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. Select Gold in the Certification field. It peaked at number 24 on the and was certified gold in the country. Debuted on their 2017 Middle Of The Night Tour fans have eagerly been awaiting a studio version of this track and it really did not disappoint. Overall, our verdict of the album is that it is catchy, summery and does not exceed but appropriately meets our expectations.
The fans who fell in love with it then have fallen even more in love with the ballad which tugs at every single heartstring without really trying to. Performed on their latest tour fans are already familiar with this track and a video for it has just been released which you can check out below. During the show, the band performed all ten songs from the standard edition of the album. The idea is presumably to listen to the day edition back to back with the night edition to make an hour long album, with one half flowing into the other. The quartet are loving dueting with new artists.
The first part, the Night Edition, gave birth to catchy numbers like All Night, Middle Of The Night and Hands, which were met with significant success. All Night, taken from the Night edition has become their most successful track to date seeing them received regular global plays. A second tour, known as the Night and Day Showcase, took place throughout the first two weeks of July, preceding the album's release. Ever since vocalist Brad Simpson told us about last year, we just knew it was going to become one of our favourite The Vamps song. Tour Night Edition To support the album, the band undertook two tours. Every song is around the three and a half minute mark, making it quite a short album of around half an hour.
From the onset, it appears The Vamps have continued taking their sound in a new, mature direction both musically and lyrically. During the first show on 28 April, the album's title and release date of 14 July 2017 was officially confirmed. Simplicity here is best, the guitars, drums and vocals are raw which allows the focus to be on the strength of the vocals. One of which being Pretty Girl singer Maggie Lindemann on Personal, a two-sided song about when you see the person you like with someone else but just know they should be with you. Lyrically the relationship based tracks are coming out in full force but in a reflective style including admitting it was partially you to blame showing progression even from their 2017 release up until now. The first, the Middle of the Night Tour, took place in arenas across the United Kingdom and Ireland between April and May 2017.
What do you think of The Vamps new album? There is nothing spectacular about the album as a whole but separating it into two halves is a nice idea, and there are definitely some good tunes on both sides. The second tour, the Four Corners Tour will go start on 27 April 2019 and end on 1 June. Skip to Just My Type, For You and Time Is Not On Our Side. Nearly a year on from the release of their last album , The Vamps are releasing the Day Edition of the two-part concept album. Day Edition The band also took two tours to promote the album. The release opens up with current single Just My Type, the heavily guitar led track kicks off with a big, catchy guitar riff.
You have made our dreams come true! The tracks on the Day Edition pale in comparison, though there are standouts like Just My Type and For You. Check out the album stream below and pick it up! Everything has come together for this track, fiery guitar lines, pounding drumlines and a little bit of rebellion and naughtiness gives it a musical kick. When it was released earlier this year, we were proved right. The Vamps have always spoken about how important their fans are but now this song is one fans have been relating to their experience with the quartet. Our only nag at this point would be it sounds a little too similar at points to other club tracks on this release but what saves this is the relatable chorus. In fact, they sound quite similar, both sporting that carefree dance-pop vibe.
The sassy vocals of Brad Simpson come straight in with a rockier combination of thumping drumlines and swirling guitar lines. By the middle of the album, the songs start to sound a little samey but there are no tracks that are necessarily bad, just a little average. The second part of the tour will start on 13 September 2018 in Mexico, then going through United States, then to South Korea, finishing in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 17 November 2018. . .