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The Vamps: Live Review

The intro to Just My Type begins to play. Lights flash on and off, revealing the silhouettes of the band behind the black screen that's been up since we arrived. Girls around me are screaming, eager for the moment that they'll be able to see them. The main body of the song hits, the screen drops, outcome The Vamps.

Adoring fans are jumping, dancing along to the song and go crazy when Brad comes over to them. Full of energy, the band open the show phenomenally well. I'm not a massive dancer at concerts like this but the next morning I could barely stand. The energy was contagious throughout the night, transferring from the band to the fans and vice versa.

The Vamps are currently on their Four Corners tour where they're travelling to both big and small venues around the UK. It's been six years since the band have visited Leicester when they supported McFly on tour and their presence was cherished by the fans.

This is my first time going to a live music event at DeMontfort Hall and it's safe to say that I can't wait for the next one (bring on Hozier in September!). The venue doesn't seat as many people as an arena, it's often used for theatre and comedy shows. I think that this was a great venue for a more personal experience.

Despite the smaller number of people, the crowd were very loud, screaming back every lyric of every song. The Vamps worked themselves through some of their most successful songs like Wake Up, Personal, and Middle of the Night. They also played some of their newer songs from EP, Missing You - Waves was one of my favourites from the night. Not forgetting their great start in the music industry, they performed some classics like Can We Dance and Wild Heart. The crowd went crazy for those ones.

As a band, The Vamps interacted with the crowd and Brad got more personal by heading over to the barrier so he could get closer to everyone. They all made conversation with multiple fans throughout the night, specially those who came all the way from Korea to see them.

I wasn't as excited to go and see The Vamps as I should have been. I've always loved their music but I'm not 100% fully invested into it. After this amazing evening, I can now say that if The Vamps head on another tour, you can count me in.

Have you seen The Vamps live?

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