Review: The Vamps Four Corners Tour at Plymouth Pavilions

The Vamps

The Vamps kicked off their Four Corners Tour 2019 in the Plymouth Pavilions.

As usual the set list did not fail to bring smiles to the Vampettes faces. With Brad jumping around the stage the boys kept the energy levels up. What a perfect night to start their 22 date tour.

It’s never The Vamps tour without New Hope Club and they did not let the fans down. Kicking off their set with ‘Fixed’ everybody knew all the words and was able to sing the lyrics back to the boys. New Hope Club carried on singing their well known hits. Whilst getting the crowd jumping up and they ended their mind blowing set with ‘Permission’.

Starting with ‘Just My Type’ The Vamps came onto stage with pure energy, ready to kick off the start of their tour with a bang!

The boys then took us back to their first album for ‘Wild Heart’ which got the crowd singing at the top of their voices to the old classic song. The boys never fail to mix up their  tracks and it sure did not stop on this tour.

‘Somebody To You’ was slowed down, much to the crowds surprise and as well as all of this Tristan Evans walked onto stage with a bass guitar and Brad Simpson switched round to the drums for ‘Waves’ from the latest EP ‘Missing You’.

Also from their new EP was ‘Right Now’, Brad stepped up to the role of Krept & Konan and sang their verses, which was out of his comfort zone but he still managed to impress the Plymouth Pavilions audience.This track was also a special track for the boys as it was the first time that they had played it live! Next on the setlist was ‘Hair Too Long’ with the music video playing in the background, The Vamps fans were reminded of the excitement they felt when this track came out! However if this was not enough the boys took the audience back again to the old tunes with ‘Can We Dance’ and got the audience to sing the into to ‘Wake Up’.

For the encore the boys made sure everybody was on their feet singing along to ‘Cheater’ and ‘Risk It All’ which they announced  was “a special track for them” and it will always have a place in their hearts.” Then was what the crowd was waiting for, ‘Missing You’, this track was the best track of the night as not only did The Vamps play a video of the track being produced but Brad started playing the piano and it was striped back to basics. Last track of the evening  was ‘All Night’, everybody got up onto their feet and was jumping, screaming and singing along.

It was high energy night and a great start to the tour for The Vamps . Reuniting new and old fans alike, and everyone enjoying singing along to the bands songs.

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Written by Indiatabony

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