The popular Britain-based boy band ‘The Vamps’ which features Connor Ball, James McVey, Brad Simpson, and Tristan Evans are set to revisit India this October.
They are expected to be in India on the 23rd with performances in Pune and Mumbai on the 25th and the 27th of October respectively.
This time the band is expected to extend their stay for a week and are looking forward to showcasing their new album during the two shows. The band had last performed in Mumbai at the Global Festival held in 2016.
In a statement, The Vamps expressed, “We are really excited and looking forward to performing in India, our last visit was unforgettable and we had a great time. We are cannot wait to be back to play two amazing shows and showcase new music to our incredible fans!“
Tanaaz Bhatia, Founder and Managing Director Bottomline media who is bringing the band in Mumbai again seemed equally excited about their visit “The response that we received for The Vamps last visit made us more confident to bring them back to India. The fans here have always welcomed the band with all their hearts and we expect the same this time.’’
The young band have picked up over 2 billion streams globally and have 8.4 million monthly listeners and 1.7 million followers on Spotify. They are also one of the most watched artists on YouTube, with over 600 million video views.
Their most recent album Night & Day (Night Edition) not only scored the top spot in the UK, but it also stormed into the Top 10 on iTunes in over 20 countries including Argentina, Philippines, India and Australia. As well as their phenomenal record sales, they also have a huge live following. The Vamps have done 4 European arena tours and have sold out the O2 Arena multiple times. Their most recent tour saw them sell over 100,000 tickets. They are also a force to be reckoned with on social media, with over 6 million likes on their Facebook, over 4.2 million followers on Twitter, 2.3 million followers on Instagram.
The Vamps have recently released their highly anticipated new album Night & Day (Day Edition), via Virgin EMI UK.
The album features 10 new songs, including past single Personal with Maggie Lindemann and Too Good To Be True with Danny Avila and Machine Gun Kelly. It also features their single Just My Type taken from Night & Day (Day Edition).
It includes 8 bonus tracks from the Night Edition including the global smash hit All Night, which has had over 343 million streams on Spotify. The CD and iTunes version of Night & Day (Day Edition) comes with a free concert DVD / download.