P Posted by Sandra on August 23 2016 0 Comments McFLY, News, The Anthology Tour

Looks love we’ll have new Mcfly music soon!!!

DOUGIE Poynter has confirmed McFly are working on new music for the first time in six years ahead of their comeback Anthology Tour in September.

Following a three year break, where the boys scrapped their sixth studio album to join forces with Matt Willis and James Bourne and form supergroup McBusted, the bass player has revealed McFly have big plans for the future.

“There will be new McFly music,” he confirmed to The Sun Online at V Festival.

“There’s a few ideas floating around already, we’ll hopefully be writing stuff on tour.”

The new McFly material will follow their fifth album Above the Noise which was released in 2010.

Where as a sixth album was expected to follow, the boys scrapped all plans after forming McBusted and are now starting from scratch.

They released Memory Lane: The Best Of McFly in 2012.

In June, Tom excited fans by posting a selfie at a piano to McFly’s official Facebook with the caption: “Writing.”

Talking about reuniting as the four-piece, Dougie added: “McFly will always be there.

“They’re my family, we’re all brothers.”

McFly first formed in 2003, with members Dougie, Danny Jones, Tom Fletcher and Harry Judd topping the charts with debut album Room On The Third Floor.

The band spent the next decade selling out arenas around the country, before joining forces with Matt and James for two years of McBusted.

In September they’ll regroup and head out on their sold out comeback Anthology Tour.

The intimate tour will see the boys playing three consecutive nights in four different cities.

McFly will be heading to Manchester, London, Glasgow and Birmingham.

Each evening they’ll play two of their albums in full, with each city hearing every single McFly track ever released across the three nights.

The tour, initially scheduled for June, was pushed back to September after Harry suffered a neck injury.

Now fighting fit after rehab and a period of rest, McFly are ready to burst back into the spotlight.

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