The Vamps and Matoma have proved to be a perfect team once again after partnering up to release another sick tune called ‘Staying Up’, which follows on from their 2016 hit, ‘All Night’.
‘Staying Up’ has been a huge success within the two fandoms and has had an amazing response.
Bradley, James, Connor, Tristan and Matoma traveled to Norway to shoot a fun and upbeat video for the song. Driving around in a camper van, they come across two girls. They pick them up and their adventures continue. The video really shows each of the members’ personalities, from kind, and cheeky to boys just wanting to having the ultimate laugh and fulfilled time!
The Official Video for our new track #StayingUp with @MatomaOfficial is OUT NOW. Check it out here >>https://t.co/ioSgHEa7cp pic.twitter.com/EBQUEzS9rN
— The Vamps (@TheVampsband) September 8, 2017
Dean Sherwood joined them whilst they filmed this incredible video and it’s an amazing example of his photographic skills. Dean even used a drone for some of his footage.
This video is a colourful, dynamic and fast paced adventure, featuring Brad’s unmistakeable vocals and the music skills of the other members of The Vamps!
Follow the link below to watch the music video now:
The Vamps are a British pop rock band, who first gained fame in 2012 with cover songs uploaded to YouTube. They were signed by Mercury Records in late 2012, and tours and festivals then followed. They have three albums to their name, including the number one record ‘Night and Day (Night Edition). The Vamps launched their own record label called Steady Records and in 2016 they released their autobiography.