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Four Corners Tour 2019: The Vamps, New Hope Club
The Vamps are certainly having a busy Summer! Fresh from a US promo tour where they performed on some of the biggest TV shows in America, they now return to the UK with the announcement of their Four Corners UK & Ireland 2019 Tour and premiere the new video for Just My Type.
The Vamps kick off their Four Corners UK & Ireland 2019 Tour on Saturday 27 th April at Plymouth’s Pavilions, and then spend the next 5 weeks visiting all corners of the UK before wrapping the dates in Bournemouth on 1 st June. The Vamps will be joined on the tour by pop-rock trio New Hope Club (all dates) and rising star HRVY (selected dates).
The Vamps recently released their latest single from their highly anticipated new album Night & Day (Day Edition), Just My Type. The brilliant accompanying video premieres today and can be viewed here. The video was filmed in Morocco and directed by the extremely talented Declan Whitebloom who has previously worked with Taylor Swift , Rita Ora and Jess Glynne.
The Vamps cause a stir everywhere they go, with legions of fans following and pandemonium at every turn. A phenomenal live band with an electrifying set, the four-piece - comprised of singer Bradley Will Simpson, guitarist James McVey, drummer Tristan Evans and bassist Connor Ball - also have a phenomenal following online.
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New Hope Club are a young male pop three-piece from the north of England, hoping to fill the void since One Direction went on hiatus. Their mission is to write and perform anthemic yet acoustic guitar-driven pop music. They have proved their talents beyond singing and dance moves, as Reece plays bass, guitar and drums, while George has mastered eight different instruments and Blake is both classically trained in guitar and self-taught on piano and ukulele. Since forming in 2015, the boys went on to support The Vamps, playing to 10,000 people a night.
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