P Posted by Sandra on May 20 2013 0 Comments McFLY, News, Photo gallery update, tour

Read below another review of McFly’s last concert of the tour at Wembley and check a new pic of the boys during soundcheck that Jason Perry posted on tumblr.

The world of pop is a flaky one. Acts are dropped, spats are exaggerated and flops are a regular occurrence. However, that has not been the case for guitar-strumming cheeky chaps McFly, who have ridden out the past decade as pop’s constant force.

Headlining a sold-out Wembley Arena in London this past weekend served as a reminder of the four-piece’s continued solid standing in UK music. Kicking off proceedings with a storming rendition of 2004’s ‘That Girl’, McFly were energised, charismatic and downright sweaty from the get-go. Popular hits ‘Star Girl’‘Transylvania’ and ‘Five Colours In Her Hair’ stood up as modern classics, proving their worth as some of the noughties’ most addictive and authentic pop anthems.
If the songs weren’t appealing enough, then the friendship and on-stage camaraderie between them certainly sprinkled extra charm. Dougie Poynter adopted a Deep South drawl over a Wild West soundtrack to tell the story of Tom Fletcher’s mission to create the band. As the singer-songwriter rode his guitar like a horse, the chemistry and story of the group became the apparent key to their success. People like McFly because they want to be friends with McFly.

It was followed by stand-out chart-topper ‘Obviously’ that caused the crowd to chant along, while a gentle rendition of ‘I’ll Be OK’ placed a spotlight on their standing as accomplished musicians. The show was suitably rounded off with 2007’s arena-honed ‘Heart Never Lies’, with the sentiment summing up the show perfectly; McFly still have a genuine love for each other and what they do, and that doesn’t ring any truer than seeing them perform live.

4 Star Rating

 

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@jasonperryrock pre production for the new Mcfly album at soundcheck.. LOUD!

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