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After supporting Taylor Swift on her recent UK tour, boy band The Vamps She Was Trouble: Taylor gets cosy with The Vamps' James McVey. dating brad would include • forehead kisses James McVey and Tristan Evans (from The Vamps) participating in the music video “BOYS” by Charli XCX “I think just being with Taylor Swift was like an advice without her saying anything. The Vamps have said Taylor Swift inspired them to become James McVey said Taylor Swift motivated him to get into the music industry.
When they supported Taylor Swift and The Wanted, they caused as much pandemonium among fans as the headline acts. They have almost 2. Together, the pair wrote songs towards the later months ofwith Simpson later becoming lead singer.
The trio then met Connor Ball via a mutual friend and the band was born. Was it strange the first time you actually met each other? Yeah, we found each other through YouTube and Facebook and it was really weird how well we got on when we finally met in person.
For us to be able to be such good friends and play music together is just a blessing.
Why do you think that is? All those millions of hits is incredible, but we try to stay humble and grounded.
It was a bit ridiculous actually. But I really like the Bruno Mars mash-up we did in my garage.
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We had no budget at all, I produced it and our film-maker friend Dean shot it, and so it was really nice to know that people were enjoying it. Maybe the fact it was so natural is why we found this massive fanbase online.
You know, seeing McFly play got us going. We loved them individually too. It was surreal for us going on tour with a band like that. We learned a lot from them as people as well as performers.
It was a massive thing for us. After that, the stage was set and it was time for them to headline their own shows. In the intervening years, there have been incredible highs and unexpected lows. There has been lots of pressure, too much hard work and not enough of being normal and hanging out with friends and family.
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We go through it with three people who understand it. Having a number one album was ridiculous, too. Then bringing it back to Brum is a bit special.
Playing the biggest venue in town is pretty cool too. You know, this show is a really cool moment. For us, having the chance to work with artists like Taylor Swift and Demi and Little Mix has been incredible. You see how them work and try to work the best bits into your own show. The record was released in July last year and gave them their first number one.
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