Vampsy has signed a publishing and label deal with Big Yellow Dog Music. He has released his first single, “My Kind of People,” today.
Hailing from England originally, Vampsy grew up traveling across the U.S., eventually landing in Nashville where he attended Vanderbilt University for one semester before realizing music was his true calling. Despite hardships along the way, including a tornado hitting his house and the global pandemic, Vampsy inspires hope with a touch of retro-synth rock n’ roll edge in the first of new music to come this year.
“With everything the universe has thrown at him, you wouldn’t be blamed for thinking Vampsy might have a negative slant on the world,” says Big Yellow Dog Music Creative Manager of Film & TV Sync Sophie Hopkins. “But just wait until you hear his first release out of BYD. His retro-inspired song ‘My Kind of People’ is beaming with hope and nods to music from eras past. It’s just one incredible example of why we’re so excited to have him on board! He’s definitely our kind of people.”
Listeners can also hear Vampsy’s “My Kind of People” by way of the new Reddit campaign thanking the “idiots” and heroes that have gotten us through the COVID-19 crisis.
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