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The Resurrection of McFly

McFly are back?!

So McFly are back, well kinda. If you’ve been living under a rock then you might not know that McFly have announced their comeback! They’re giving us Galaxy Defenders what we’ve been waiting NINE YEARS FOR! NEW MUSIC! Or technically old music.

Above The Noise was their last album and was released in 2010. However, whilst we all sat patiently waiting for YEARS for the mystery album 6, it never came. They’d say it was definitely coming that year and it never did. They kept telling us this, and they’d post about going off to record the album again and again, but the album never came.

In 2013, McBusted emerged. Which did provide us new music, but it wasn’t McFly. It wasn’t the same. So us fans sat for longer patiently waiting for new music and then the band were on hiatus. McBusted lasted for two years, and it was heartbreaking. In 2017 they did their Anthology Tour where they played every album in full back to back. After that it was radio silence from the band as a whole.

However, a couple of weeks ago they posted a cryptic video that had a lot of the fandom in a meltdown. They then updated their profile picture on their socials, the photo was the radio:ACTIVE microphone which led a lot of people to speculate if it was something to do with the 2008 album that included the hits such as Lies and One For The Radio.

However, what it really signified was that the radio silence was over and they were now radio active.

They announced a one off show in London which when it went on general sale sold out nearly instantly. At the same time as the show announcement they announced that every Sunday leading up to the show at The O2 in London they would be releasing a new song, the songs from the phantom album 6.

So far we’ve had Red, Touch The Rain and We Were Only Kids. All of which i’m absolutely head over heels in love with.

I’m so glad that the lads are back and i’m excited to hear the rest of the songs that are to come.

Also to add to the excitement, on top of all of this amazing, exciting stuff, they’ve also announced that in 2020 they will be embarking on a UK tour. I will not be attending because I am broke and can not afford to buy a ticket, but I am happy that they are back and they are back to doing what us Galaxy Defenders love.

Galaxy Defenders Stay Forever

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