Returning to the charts once more, The Vamps haven’t disappointed with this feel-good anthem that is, without doubt, more grown-up and advanced that anything they’ve released yet. The four piece band of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Tristan Evans and Connor Ball have delivered an Ear Worm that will positively inspire and uplift leaving you pumped and ready to embrace it. The chorus hooks you right in, and the instrumentally driven harmony gives a powerful dance-vibe blending with the Pop Rock expectations we have of this incredible young group. The drums are a focal point, you can imagine this being played to the adoring masses at festivals, whilst being equally happy when it hits your radio station. Let’s just say, get ready for the rest of the album set to be released.
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