Chart stars The Vamps will be living up to the name of their debut album when band members meet fans in Sheffield.
Meet The Vamps is released on Monday, on April 14.
Two days later lead guitarist James McVey and drummer Tristan Evans, both 19, will be at a signing session at HMV in High Street, Wednesday, April 16, at 11am.
A free poster will be avilable with purchase of either the CD or DVD, also out then, telling the story of The Vamps.
They will be back with lead vocalist Brad Simpson and bass player Connor Ball, both 18, to perform at Sheffield City Hall on September 23.
Tickets for their first headline UK tour go on sale on April 26.
The Vamps, who played at the Meadowhall Christmas lights switch on concert last year, also recently supported The Wanted at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena.
They had a number two hit with Can We Dance and hit the number three spot with most recent single Wild Heart.
But they are hoping for the top spot with next release Last Night, which was released on Sunday, April 6.
Tristan, in an exclusive chat with The Star, said: “We’d obviously love a number one but it’s amazing that fans have helped us to get top five with our first two singles. And we’re thrilled to have the album out soon and our own headline tour later this year.
“We love coming to Sheffield and we’re looking forward to meeting as many fans as possible. We can’t thank them enough. They are helping us to live the dream.”