Vampire Depression

Album: Sex Blood Rock n' Roll (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • Vamps is a Japanese Rock duo formed in 2008 by vocalist Hyde and guitarist K.A.Z This track is included on their best-of album Sex Blood Rock n' Roll, which contains re-recordings of their songs, all in English. It was their first worldwide release.
  • Hyde explained the song's meaning to Artist Direct: "I've always found human folly intriguing, and I wanted to point it out from a vampire's perspective," he said. "I thought it would convey better from a vampire's point of view, so I tried to express humans through the eyes of a vampire."

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