Updated 03:55 AM EDT, Sat, Aug 15, 2020

The Vamps New Album 2014: 'Hallelujah' Song & Music Video Released

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As part of the promotion of their Christmas Edition album, popular British pop band The Vamps has released their own version of the holiday classic "Hallelujah." Not only that, the group also filmed a music video for their cover of the track.

Watch The Vamps' new "Hallelujah" music video below.

The boys--composed of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball, and Tristan Evans--released their limited edition Christmas album on December 1, Just Jared Jr. reports.

Aside from their cover of "Hallelujah," the album also contains eight holiday songs including: "Jingle Bell Rock," "Silent Night," "We Wish You A Merry Christmas," "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday," Jingle Bells," "Sleighing In The Snow," and "Hoping For Snow." It also comes with tracks from their "Meet the Vamps" album, which was released earlier this year, the news outlet noted.

You can download the Christmas Edition album on iTunes.

'The Vamps' Talks First Album Follow-up

The Vamps' debut studio album titled "Meet the Vamps" contains 18 tracks, including singles "Can We Dance," "Last Night," "Wild Heart," and "Somebody to You" featuring Demi Lovato. "Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)," a rework of Simon and Garfunkel's "Cecilia," is also a part of the album. Shawn Mendes also has a guest appearance. You can download and purchase "Meet the Vamps" on iTunes.

Naturally, fans of the pop band are already looking forward to what the foursome has to offer in their second album. Speaking to Digital Spy, The Vamps revealed that they are working on "very different" sounds for their next set of songs.

"We did 12 songs in a short period of time," Simpson told Digital Spy. "We've been trying out so many different things. I think we're going to wait and see what we get back and see how it is."

According to Simpson, the producers of the album pitched in ideas for the tracks in the next album. "It was very different - like urban, one of them! I think it's good for us to just try everything and then when we get them back, we will know what we want to do," the singer further explained to the news outlet.

Simpson added that they have until March to figure out exactly what they want for the second album. The group also confirmed that "new music is likely to come after their new tour in 2015, adding that they have managed to secure studio time with big U.S. producers," Digital Spy reports.

"It's always hard being an artist that no one knows because people won't necessarily invest in you as heavily, whereas if you've had your first album, and have been lucky to have the success we did have, producers are more inclined to do something," Simpson concluded, as reported by Digital Spy.

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