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If you thought One Direction [...]; Bodg writes.

If you thought One Direction fans were loud, then wait until you hear what sort of decibel your average Vampette can put out. Trust me when I say: THEY ARE LOUD.

Not just any kind of loud, though, they are awe-inspiringly loud. The sort of loud that makes a jet engine or, say, an atomic explosion sound peaceful.

If you haven't experienced it first hand then it's hard to fully explain but speaking as a man who has found himself caught in the middle of a Vamps screamfest, take it from me it is in equal parts terrifying, excruciating and awesomely impressive.

I suspect if we were to run a Vampette (the name given to Vamps fans) through some sort of X-ray machine we could probably observe how they've evolved extra-large lungs and immensely muscular and powerful vocal cords specifically to scream louder than ever thought humanly possible at concerts.

The Vamp boys are in the North East this May for a headline gig at the Newcastle Arena as part of their UK tour. And if teenage girls aren't in enough of a frenzy, they'll also be supported by the equally delicious Union J. If you fancy being at that gig and experiencing what it feels like to have your ear drums obliterated by screaming fans (you could just take some ear plugs), then make sure you're listening to Capital Breakfast next week for your chance to win.

We're all off on holiday next week; in fact I'm off on holiday on my own (cue the violins), so Martin will be doing the show for us. He's the new boy at Capital and normally does the drivetime show. He's brilliant so make sure you give him a listen.

Have an egg-cellent (sorry) Easter. Hope you have a cracking (sorry again) time. I'll stop with the terrible yolks (I literally can't stop) now.


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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 27, 2015
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