The last McFly album may have taken 10 years, but after resolving the issues that led to their break, the band is back with a new record.
The band, which released their sixth studio album, Young Dumb Thrills, says time has not passed between this and 2010’s Above the Noise.
Tom Fletcher said Metro.co.uk: ‘We went straight back. We want to It was a difficult few years as a band and we went to the studio for the first time solving all our problems.
“It simply came to our notice then. We know, this band has been our whole life for 17 years. So going back to the studio with them is like going home. ‘
Danny Jones added: ‘It’s been very exciting because it’s a long time ago, the first time we produced an album, and the whole creative process was amazing.
We got vinyl presses the other day for the album, and it was amazing to hear the whole body stuff.
We were so happy the band was happening and we went to the studio with an open mind. I think we achieved such a creative collaboration on this album. ‘
The band, which includes Dougie Pointer and Harry Judd, was scheduled to tour The Lost Songs, a compilation album of tracks found in most archives this year, but the tour was postponed due to a corona virus pandemic. .
Like many artists, the band was forced to discontinue their live shows, Tom explained: ‘We were very disappointed because we had been waiting for a few years to tour, but I think we’m lucky to have gotten most of the albums recorded before the lockdown happened.
” This is our first studio album in 10 years, so we’m not releasing this album. Music is something that has helped everyone through this difficult time, so we were proud of it and ready to release it. ‘
When it comes to filtering out socially distant games, DG wants to hit the road like never before and agrees: ‘It’s not the same. You want to get as much sweat and half-nakedness as possible with strangers. ‘
Thanks to the band for getting the creative outlet across Lockdown, Danny added: ‘You can see how little music we need, it brings people together.
“It speaks a language we all understand, and we have lost a lot of it, but we need to keep what the government says safe. ‘
McFly’s new album Young Dumb Thrills is now over.
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