We recently premiered the video for the new Vamps song "Calling" right here at Loudwire, and now there's a behind-the-scenes look at how the clip came together.

In the newly posted video above, director Nick Peterson takes us behind the scenes as the band shot the clip at a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles. In the video, Peterson describes the concept of the clip, while we also pull back to see the camera crew capturing the action in the promo.

Singer Hyde previously previously told us of the clip, "The video follows the intertwined stories of two people: a guy who’s infatuated with and holding on to this idealistic version of his lover … which is not really who she is though. And the woman ultimately breaking free from his confines," and Peterson elaborates further on the idea in the behind-the-scenes look above.

"Calling" can be found on Vamps' upcoming album Underworld, which will be released April 28 via Eleven Seven Music. You can pre-order the disc via the platform of your choice at this location. The band will be heading stateside in May for a North American tour that includes shows with I Prevail and Starset. Dates and ticketing info can be found here. And to see how the final video turned out, watch it in the player below.

Vamps, "Calling"

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