The Vamps are back and have announced their incredible new single, ‘Middle Of The Night’, a collaboration with Danish DJ and Record Producer Martin Jensen.  The new single is released this Friday exactly one week after being announced, during a live Q&A on the band’s Facebook page. 

‘Middle Of The Night’ is another sure-fire smash hit for the British four-piece and follows in the footsteps of ‘All Night’, their biggest single to date. ‘All Night’ hit a massive 200 million plays on Spotify globally, more than Niall Horan’s ‘This Town’, Rag N Bone Man’s ‘Human’ and Little Mix’s ‘Shout Out To My Ex’. On ‘Middle Of The Night’, The Vamps teamed up with one of their favourite DJs Martin Jensen, best known for the 2016 single ‘Solo Dance’ which earned him his first UK Top 10 single. Jensen is frequently picked as one of the world’s top DJs and The Vamps are excited to collaborate with him.

This week, to coincide with the single release, The Vamps head out on their UK arena tour, kicking things off at Sheffield Arena. The band wrap up the tour at Birmingham’s Genting Arena, a homecoming show for both singer Brad Simpson and bassist Connor Ball. The Vamps hit London’s iconic O2 Arena on 13th May. They will be joined by New Hope Club, whom the guys signed to their very own label Steady Records last year, and Sabrina Carpenter, the American actress and singer songwriter. All remaining tickets can be purchased or

UK Tour 2017 dates:

28.4.17 – Sheffield, Arena

29.4.17 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

1.5.17 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

5.5.17 – Liverpool, Echo Arena

6.5.17 – Manchester, Arena

8.5.17 – Dublin, 3Arena

10.5.17 – Belfast, The SSE Arena

13.5.17 – London, The O2 Arena

16.5.17 – Cardiff, The Motorpoint Arena

17.5.17 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

19.5.17 – Birmingham, Genting Arena

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