Last Night

Album: Meet The Vamps (2014)
Charted: 2

Songfacts®:

  • The third single from The Vamps, this serves as the follow-up to their previous Top 3 hits "Can We Dance" and "Wild Heart." Vamps vocalist Brad said that the song is about "having fun and having a party."
  • The song was written by:

    English songwriter Wayne Hector who has credits on numerous #1 singles and albums for artists such as Westlife, JLS Olly Murs and One Direction.

    South Sudanese singer-songwriter and vocal producer Ayak Thiik, whose resume includes hit tunes for the likes of James Morrison ("You Make It Real"), Tinchy Stryder ("Never Leave You" and "In My System") and Dappy ("No Regrets" and "Rockstar").

    London-based songwriting and record production team TMS who comprise Tom 'Froe' Barnes, Ben Kohn and Peter 'Merf' Kelleher. They worked with Ayak Thiik on Dappy's "No Regrets" and "Rockstar" and have also contributed to UK #1 hits for Little Mix ("Wings") and Professor Green ("Read All About It"). TMS both co-wrote and produced "Last Night."

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