The Vamps recently announced “I Found A Girl” as the latest single from their sophomore album, Wake Up, and they’ve followed that with a renewed version of the track featuring OMI, best known for his hit “Cheerleader.”
OMI, of course, brings a Caribbean vibe to the song, which The Vamps are no stranger to. Songs like "Girls On TV" from their debut album feature distinct island tones in the beat, and Brad's voice always showcases well against it.
The new single is available today in the UK, and Tristan, James, Brad, and Connor have also released the music video (cue the shrieks).
In the video, each of the band members appears to search the city for female musicians to rock out on stage with them and perform the song (literally, they each found a girl, get it? *crickets*). Anyway...the video also features quite a few guest spots from known YouTubers.
The Vamps have a track record of entertaining music videos, and this one is no different. The plot is cute, and there are just enough individual close-ups of each member to inspire ample fangirling and sighs of appreciation across the planet.
The four-piece are currently going nonstop; they kicked off their tour of the UK last month, with stops on Europe and South America coming up through May. (Side note: where are the U.S. dates, boys, hmm?!) They’re being supported by Conor Maynard and The Tide, a Cali-based band signed to The Vamps’ EMI/Universal imprint, Steady Records.
For more on dates and tickets, check out their official website.
What’s your favorite part of the video? Let us know in the comments!
Buy “I Found A Girl” featuring OMI on iTunes here.