McFly have signed their first new record deal since 2009 — and there’s a new album on the way.
The Noughties favourites, who rose to popularity with tracks such as Obviously, Five Colours In Her Hair and All About You, are now part of the BMG roster.
Their last studio album, Above The Noise, arrived in 2010 and now the band — comprising Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd — are working on new music. The lead single off the forthcoming release is set to arrive in the next few weeks.
It comes after an extended break from the band, who had been on hiatus since the end of their 2016 tour.
“There was a strong possibility McFly would never happen again,” Fletcher told the BBC. “We genuinely didn’t know how to get back on track.”
Last year, the group released The Lost Songs, made up of demos that were initially intended for the band’s sixth studio album, before they got shelved in favour of the McBusted collaboration.
McFly were set to embark on a comeback tour this year, although it was rescheduled due to the pandemic. As it stands, the band will play at London’s SSE Wembley Arena on October 29.