The Vamps return with new single with DJ Matoma
The Vamps have teamed up with House DJ Matoma for their new single 'All Night'.
The 'Oh Cecilia' boy band - comprised of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans - will release the song on Friday (14.10.16) and have teased that it is a "club" anthem.
Of the collaboration, Tristan said: "He added a cool DJ touch to it. It was quite band-y before, so he made it more for the club."
Fans expecting their follow-up to 2015's 'Wake Up' LP may have to wait a while as they are currently wading through a shed load of songs they've written in the studio.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Tristan added: "We've got about 50 songs to narrow down. We're trying to pick our favourites right now, which is why we are in the studio."
The pop hunk also teased that there will be some "cool collaborations" on the album in addition to the Matoma one and that the record is a whole new era for the band.
He said: "On this album, we've got a couple of cool collaborations. It's just a new Vamps. It's more like the first album with more modern production."
The group previously revealed that they were hoping to get Brooklyn Beckham's rapping skills included on their next outing.
However, the group are keeping tight-lipped about a potential collaboration with the 17-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham - who previously appeared in their music video for 'Wake Up'.
Brad previously said: "We want to get him involved. He can spit bars. He's going to be rapping on the album.
"We're probably two-thirds through the album. It's been fun. We just want to get more music out."
The Vamps have also announced a world tour for 2017.
The Vamps 2017 World Tour Dates:
April 28, Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
April 29, SSE Hydro, Glasgow
May 1, Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
May 5, Echo Arena, Liverpool
May 6, Manchester Arena, Manchester
May 8, 3Arena, Dublin
May 10, SSE Arena, Belfast
May 13, O2 Arena, London
May 16, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
May 17, Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
May 19, Genting Arena, Birmingham