Dougie is the bass player and backing vocalist of british pop-rock band McFly. He has co-writer credits on many of McFly's tracks, including the lead writer credit on their 2007 number one single "Transylvania". Poynter also wrote an unrecorded track called Silence Is A Scary Sound, which is featured as a live recording on their third studio album Motion In The Ocean. Poynter was 15 when he joined the band. Because of his young age, Dougie and the other members of McFly hold the record for the youngest band to ever have a debut album go straight to number one, a record previously held by The Beatles. McFly are currently recording their 6th studio album... keep reading.
November 27 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones Braehead - Glasgow
December 2 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, WHSmith Selfridges - London
December 3 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones - Southampton
December 10 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones - Birmingham
December 11 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, WHSmith Sheffield Fargate - Sheffield
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This week, our reviewer advises a career change for Mr. Barlow and fears for the safety of the world with the formation of McBusted.
McFly – Love Is On The Radio
The radio is full of hatred and lies. And so, if my current relationship is anything to go by, then yes, love is on the radio. WHEYYYYY! That joke would probably get a massive laugh if the unhappy guy in Married With Children said it and then flushed a toilet. Anyway, this is a typical, catchy McFly song. You’ll probably find yourself humming it on the bus once or twice during the next couple of weeks and so it serves its purpose. But, what I really want to talk about is McBusted. Did that actually happen? During my week long medication-and-phlegm-fuelled nightmare, I’m sure I saw something about McFly and Busted making a supergroup together, but I genuinely can’t be sure if that was just a fever dream. If it is a real thing, I think we can resolutely say that the world is no longer safe. We can’t fight such a phenomenon. The human race is doomed to a life of vacant lyrics and contrived happiness. All we can do is welcome our new demonic overlords and offer sacrifices of hair-gel, tight jeans and pop-rock, guitar jumps.