The Vamps

5 of our favourite The Vamps music videos

As part of CelebMix’s fifth birthday, we’re running you through five of our favourites from some of our favourite celebrities and in this edition, we’re looking at five of our favourite The Vamps music videos. With 2020 making seven years since the release of their debut single Can We Dance, it’s fair to say we had a lot of music videos to look back on and it was a great, fun trip down memory lane. But after much deliberation, we’ve narrowed it down to our five favourite music videos but do you agree?

Last Night

If you’ve ever been lucky enough to catch The Vamps live, you’ll know that Last Night never fails to get the crowd going and the party well and truly started and the video definitely sticks with that theme. Seeing the quartet and friends let loose at their own funfair, truly having the greatest time from start to finish as we find ourselves incredibly jealous that we can’t get a budget to do something like this with our friends! It’s a great way to see just what happens when The Vamps are given complete creative control; fairground rides, cats, trampolines and so much more.

Wake Up

When a music video opens with a warning telling you not to recreate any stunts, you just know something good is on the way. The instantly recognisable introduction sets the scene as the band get together to gather their squad which includes Brooklyn Beckham. We see The Vamps taking over the Los Angeles, as their logo appears everywhere in their own revolution before they put on an epic performance at the top of a radio tower. Back in 2015 the video and track was launched as part of the quartet’s own revolution for their second album of the same name. Let’s be honest who wouldn’t have wanted to be part of The Vamps revolution as it looks great fun!

Rest Your Love

Chaos, celebrities and craziness are just three words to sum up this music video. The Vamps invited all their friends together for one big party as we see Nina Nesbitt, Dynamo, Maisie Williams and more at the circus, at a wild party, the casino and at a banquet. This song makes us want to get up and party and it’s like everyone beat us to it as they have undoubtedly the best time throughout the music video. Moral of the story here? Regardless of if you enjoy different ways of having a good time everyone loves to come together with a chaotic party.

Middle Of The Night

In 2017, The Vamps released the video for Middle Of The Night which was different to the band’s previous visual efforts for one significant reason. This video was released during Deaf Awareness Week and it sees deaf actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and her boyfriend arguing as they struggle to get through to each other. The duo steal the show as their story unravels through the medium of sign-language with Middle Of The Night soundtracking the situation. The sheer simplicity but also overwhelming emotion felt throughout this video makes this a must-watch for all The Vamps fans.

Hair Too Long

When The Vamps released Hair Too Long, it became an instant fan favourite so the pressure was on to make the video match the excitement. We see Brad Simpson walking through a series of rooms as he sees the relationships of his bandmates falling apart as he continues to walk around the house unable to forget about that girl playing on his mind. Taken from the bands latest album Night & Day (Day Edition), this matured sound was a step in a slightly different direction whilst still maintaining the incredibly catchy choruses which fans have fallen in love with over the years.

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Written by Nicola Craig

Lover of all things pop, a boyband or two, and discovering new artists to get hooked on. You'll usually find me at a gig, truly living my best life without a care in the world.