Daily Star reports, David’s famous son has become the band’s unofficial fifth member since appearing in the video to their single, Wake Up.
Guitarist James revealed: “We were talking about him taking pictures of us.
But he spends the summer in LA so when we were going to shoot photos for the new album he was in America and we were here.
“He’s moving to America next month (to study photography) so we are going to miss him but we’d like to do some pictures with him in the future.”
Quirky Brooklyn, 18, recently released his first photography book – and the lads like what they saw.
James explained: “Brooklyn is an interesting guy because he’s got so many different aspects of his character that are quirky.
“Like he skateboards and he’s getting really good. “Then there’s the photography and his charitable side, like the soup kitchen stuff he does.”
The lads have spent plenty of time with the Beckhams over the years and – although they get a lot of flack – believe they are grounded people.
Drummer Tristan said: “Brooklyn obviously has got a fantastic family around him.
“They look after each other. “It’s so nice to see family like that, so united.”
They have had Brooklyn in a video so how about getting budding actor David involved in a future one? Brad laughed: “That would be the best!"
THE guys reckon it was vital Adele cancelled her Wembley shows to save her voice.
They insisted axing her final two dates was the right decision for her fans.
James told me: “It was cancel two shows or pay for the rest of your life. “She’s thinking of the fans, not for herself. She will re-book Wembley shows for sure.”
THE quartet’s new album Night & Day embraces new sounds with the help of top Scandinavian producers.
Tristan said: “At our gigs now we see a lot of people who don’t necessarily love The Vamps but they are really enjoying the new stuff.
“It’s a different vibe for us.” Brad added: “It’s also quite an honest album. It feels like we are trying to express real things that have happened to us over the past two years. “These days people can see through anything that is even the tiniest bit contrived.”
Night & Day arrives in two parts, with the Day edition landing later this year.
IF The Vamps ever decide to call it a day, Brad has another career lined up – as a mixologist.
His family-run Simpsons’ Gin Bar in Sutton Coldfield, West Mids, has already won an award, less than six months after opening.
He revealed: “We did a gin course and the top three gins had 12 bottles made, and they chose ours as one of them. We’ve sold out now so we will have to get more made as merchandise.”
And his family put him to work as soon as he pops home for a visit.
He added: “I’m in there every time I’m back home.
“In the early stages I helped set up the website bits and bobs.” Well it’s always nice to have a back-up plan!