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The Vamps: 'It makes us nervous when our parents come to see us perform'

British pop-rockers The Vamps have revealed that they're often left feeling on edge when they notice their families standing in the crowd at their shows. 

Drummer Tristan Evans was asked by Digital Spy if the lads enjoy having their parents come to watch them perform and he confessed that while it's great to have that support, it makes them a little nervous: "Yeah, we like it [when they do], but it makes us more nervous."

Frontman Brad Simpson, meanwhile, went onto add that all of the members' families get along well together, which makes it more fun when they come out to their concerts: "It's always nice. All of our families get on quite well, so it's always nice."

The 'Wild Heart' stars also admitted that it's great to see they have quite a strong male fanbase: "We played Isle of Wight and we were quite worried about it because it's quite a diverse festival and Kings of Leon were playing. We were very blown away with the kind of response we got, because there was a lot of dudes there getting involved, which was great. It's really nice to see. I think a lot of guys see us live and are like, 'Oh they're actually a real band'."

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Watch The Vamps performing at Capital FM's Summertime Ball below: