The Vamps still in contact with Taylor Swift

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 2 April 2017
The Vamps

The Vamps

The Vamps have revealed they still speak to Taylor Swift, nearly three years after they supported her on the UK leg of her 2014 'Red' Tour

The Vamps still speak to Taylor Swift.

The boyband - which comprises of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans - first rubbed shoulders with the Nashville beauty when they supported her on the UK leg of her 2014 'Red' Tour and they are still in contact with the 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever' singer today.

Speaking to BANG Showbiz, Tristan said: "Yeah we keep in contact with Taylor Swift, [We last heard from her] 24-hours ago."

But when asked to expand on what they spoke about, Tristan simply replied: "[It's] classified."

James chirped: "Stop texting!" and Tristan joked back: "Yeah, leave me alone you freak."

The boys are set to embark on a world tour, which kickstarts in April with Sabrina Carpenter, and the band are looking forward to performing some of their never-before-heard songs off their next album.

Brad said: "It's going to be a lot of fun. We've got a lot of new material to play on the tour as well, exciting, so the album is hopefully coming in the summer and we've got a couple of songs that we will be playing on the tour that will be on the album. It will be nice for the fans to hear the songs pre-album.

"It's similar to 'All Night', the song we've got out at the moment, but it also stays true to the first album and second album. A lot of it is guitar and melody driven and [there's] positive upbeat dance at one point hopefully."

The 'Wild Heart' hitmakers refused to reveal who they had got lined up to collaborate with next.

James teased: "There could be collaboration on our second single, that's coming in the middle of next month so who knows!"

And when asked to give fans a clue, Connor answered cryptically: "It's Adele, she put a big drop on the chorus, no, it may be a similar vein to 'All Night' but it's not Matoma ... maybe someone from Europe."

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