How The Vamps got physical to get to the top of the charts

James Hanley

The Vamps’ evolving audience has been credited with helping the band secure their first UK album chart-topper.
The Virgin EMI-signed quartet’s third album Night & Day dethroned Ed Sheeran’s ÷ to top Friday’s chart after sales of 29,342.

The feat comes hot on the heels of their best-selling single to date, All Night, which stalled at No.24 but has gone on to record combined sales of 481,846, according to the Official Charts Company.

“Considering they started out as a teen ...

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