Pop band McFly has confirmed signing their first new record deal since 2009 with BMG and that more music is on the way as they plan to release their latest album later this year.
The pop group consists of Tom Fletcher who is the lead vocals, plays guitar, and piano, Danny Jones who is also lead vocals, and plays the harmonica, and guitar, Dougie Poynter who plays bass guitar and Harry Judd who is on the drums.
McFly first confirmed they would be having a reunion back in September with an anniversary tour, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it had to be postponed.
McFly was signed to Island Records from their 2004 launch until December 2007, before creating their own label, Super Records Ltd.
The band confirmed the exciting news after signing a new record deal with BMG, and are set to release their album’s first single from their long-awaited album later this month. –
— Tom Fletcher (@TomFletcher) July 2, 2020
This comes seven years after the band’s last single, after which they scrapped an entire record to form the ‘supergroup’ McBusted with pop stars Busted in 2013, and released an album before embarking on a nationwide tour. The band then split in 2016.
During McFly’s time on hiatus, Tom and Dougie Poynter wrote a successful series of children’s books, while Harry won the ninth series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Danny Jones went on to write and produce records for acts like One Direction and Rihanna, while Dougie played with the rock bands A and INK.
The reunited McFly pop band recently tweeted –
— mcfly (@mcflymusic) July 2, 2020
It’s amazing to see a band stick together for so long, of course, they have had their differences and even went on their own journeys, but they have still come back together to bring new music and joy to their fans.