Brit-pop band started on YouTube continues their meteoric rise with hits including “Can We Dance” and “Wild Heart”
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$25 for one ticket to see The Vamps (up to $34.35 value)
When: Saturday, July 25, at 7 p.m.
Where: Amos’ Southend
Door time: 6 p.m.
When you first met them: ironically not through their debut album, Meet the Vamps, but rather through YouTube, where they showcased tight-knit harmonies, earned comparisons to One Direction, and launched their careers
How you got to know them better: in hit singles “Can We Dance,” “Wild Heart,” and “Last Night”
How they got to know Demi Lovato: by opening for her in the UK and featuring her on their song “Somebody to You”
When they started racking up awards: in 2013, soon after their inception. They’ve since earned two Hot Hits Awards, three BBC Radio 1 Teens Awards, and two Melty Future Awards
What sets them apart from other boy bands: they launched their own record label, play their own instruments, and formed without the help of a manager