McFly and Busted have hinted that they might record an album together as McBusted following their 2014 UK tour.
The pop punk supergroup made an appearance on Sky News this morning, and were quizzed by Eamonn Holmes on the possibility of putting out an LP together.
Singer Danny Jones explained how they had previously written tracks while on tour together in their separate bands, adding that they might put their heads together for a new record.
‘If it’s good enough we might do some music,’ he said.
A McBusted single seems likely at the very least given the popularity of the newly-formed band, whose debut tour sold out in seconds last week.
Charlie Simpson is the only band member absent from the project, but the boys aren’t phased by it.
‘Four McFlys are worth one Charlie Simpson,’ Busted member Matt Willis said during the interview.
The group also told the Sky News presenters how excited they are to play each other’s music, with Harry Judd claiming Busted songs are ‘more fun to play’ and Willis saying McFly songs are more enjoyable as the vocals are more melodic compared to the ‘nyer nyer nyer’ choruses of Busted.
McBusted made their live debut on Children In Need on Friday, playing a medley of songs including Year 3000.