The lads have signed a new record deal.
Finally, 2020 is bringing some good news.
McFly are set to release new music for the first time in 10 years.
BBC News report that Tom, Harry, Danny and Dougie have signed their first record deal since 2009 with a new album out later this year via BMG.
The band initially tried to reunite in 2017 but tensions grew between them and put the reunion to a halt.
However, it’s now emerged that McFly booked a recording studio for two months at the start of 2020 and have been working on new material.
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This is how I signed the new @mcflymusic record deal with @bmguk. Usually it’s with @dannyjonesofficial @idougahole & @harryjudd, looking over each other’s shoulder as we scribble our names on the contract. This time it’s in the house, on my phone with @mrsgifletcher looking over my shoulder (a little creepily) as the “witness”. Nevertheless, this is a big moment for McFly. After some years where being a band again looked like it might not happen, I couldn’t be more excited to be putting pen to paper…I mean, thumb to screen, and officially signing up for new music with @bmguk.
Guitarist Danny told the BBC about their writing process, saying:
“It’s the first time I feel like we’ve all been part of it. We were all involved, split down the middle, and it was just such a collaborative, energetic process.”
McFly’s new music is set to land later this month but the exact title of their comeback single is being kept hush-hush for now.
In the meantime though, here’s one of their best throwbacks!