The Vamps

The Vamps Release Video Of ‘Missing You’ Live At The O2 Arena

Earlier this year The Vamps headlined to the O2 Arena for the fifth time, becoming the first band to play the iconic venue five consecutive years in a row. The night was a special occasion in many ways and was made even more memorable as the band joined forces with the Voices For Missing choir to perform Missing You; a video of which has now been released.

The video shows a behind the scenes look into the special O2 show including the soundcheck, preparing with the Voices For Missing choir and the incredibly memorable moment Missing You lit up the arena. Taken from the quartet’s EP of the same name Missing You is an emotive, piano-led number which when performed live on their recent Four Corners Tour saw fans unite and provided a moment of reflection whilst becoming a set highlight. We feel incredibly lucky to have been there to witness this magical moment firsthand which took place on International Missing Children’s Day (25th May).

Voices For Missing choir (formerly the Missing People Choir) is a choir of made up of those who have experienced the disappearance of someone they love singing alongside supporters. Set up by James Hawkins and Clare Cook from the Missing People charity they aim to bring families with missing loved ones together and spread a message of hope through music. CelebMix readers may remember the choir from 2017’s Britain’s Got Talent where they reached the finals of the show. Be sure to find out more about the great work Missing People do and Voices For Missing here.

If you’re missing The Vamps and their Four Corners UK tour (we know we are!) you can catch them on their Four Corners Europe tour which kicks off on October 24th in Warsaw, Poland. For all the dates and ticket links, head over to The Vamps website.

Did you see The Vamps at any of their UK Four Corners shows? Or will you be seeing them later this year? Tweet us @CelebMix and let us know!

 

Written by Nicola Craig

A keen lover of boybands, nearly all genres of music and travelling. I'm always looking for new artists to check out, so send them my way and you might be able to be smug knowing you helped me find a new favourite band. You'll probably say I have long hair, most people do.