Oops! The Vamps’ Boys Flirt With Lesbians In “I Found A Girl” Music Video: Watch
For those who still care about them, British band The Vamps premiered their new music video for their song "I Found A Girl" on VEVO this Friday morning (April 1). The pop/rock tune is the official second single from the Bradley Simpson-led group's latest studio album "Wake Up", which was released late last year in stores and which bombed really bad on the charts and sold miserably. Why is Mercury/Virgin EMI still releasing singles off it, then? No freaking idea. But good for the boys and fans, huh?
"I Found A Girl", produced by Steve Mac, tells the story of how the band members fell in love with the wrong girls - for the girls they fancied fancy girls and not boys. Oops!
Here is new music video! Hope you like it xx https://t.co/arDejRQiJ4April 1, 2016
The music video, directed by The Young Astronauts, portrays exactly that. Connor Ball, Tristan Evans. James McVey and Brad Simpson of The Vamps flirting with the wrong girls and making a fool of themselves. It will all be good, though - for everybody (boys and girls) will get together at the end and will forget those awkward moments of the past by rocking a stage for a sold-out show.
FYI: That non-The Vamps member you hear singing in the bridge is "Cheerleader" singer OMI. The Vamps' label asked him to guest on a "special" version of the song (seemingly they don't think The Vamps can get a hit without the help of a bigger star anymore). But, increasing the mess that is this newest The Vamps era, OMI is not present in the music video. Oh my Jesus...