Wake Up

Album: Wake Up (2015)
Charted: 12
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  • The song's music video was filmed in Los Angeles It finds The Vamps performing 100 feet in the air on top of a transmission tower.

    David Beckham's son, Brooklyn, landed his first acting role when he was chosen in to play a flare-throwing fan in this song's music video. Vamps vocalist James McVey and Beckham have been pals for a while, so it only makes sense that they would eventually collaborate. McVey told The Sun: "We thought it would be cool to get him involved, so I text him and he agreed. He just rocked up on set alone and styled himself. There was no entourage, nothing."


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