P Posted by Sandra on February 1 2015 0 Comments McBusted, News

You can watch the videos HERE

[x8]EVENTS AND APPEARANCES > 2015 > MOST EXCELLENT ADVENTURE TOUR PROMO, FIRST DIRECT ARENA LEEDS – JANUARY 28

See the world through McBusted’s eyes as they talk about a world record breaking show coming to Echo Arena

How does the world look through McBusted’s eyes? Can the world really be as awesome as they tell us? We lent the band a Googleglass – a hands-free wearable computer and camera – to record a McBustedview of being in Liverpool – here’s what their interview with the ECHO looked like.

Last year we saw the birth of pop supergroup McBusted.

Following the success of their brief reunion at the Royal Albert Hall on McFly’s tenth anniversary concert, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd joined forces with James Bourne and Matt Willis to form supergroup McBusted for a full UK arena tour, with two shows in the city.

Fans were clamouring for the guys to take the Busted/McFly reunion to the next level and now they’re going to, under the moniker McBusted, they will perform not only the Busted and McFly hits, but also new material from their debut album.

Together Busted and McFly have sold 15 million records worldwide and chalked up 14 number ones, 20 top 3 singles and 27 top ten singles. We caught up with the band in their dressing room to find out more.

So what can we can we look forward to from your Liverpool gig?

James: It’s going to be the best show we’ve ever done.

Matt: You know how with software you get new versions? Well this is going to be McBusted 2.0.

Danny: There’s a world record.

Can you say what that is?

Matt: It would spoil the surprise if we did, you’ll have to come and see the show!

Dougie: But it’s going to be pretty amazing.

Danny: Every gig we do is epic, so this has to be that bit more epic. If people came last time we want to top that, to make it even better.

Are you looking forward to spending some time in Liverpool as part of the tour?

Tom: We always have a great time in Liverpool. It’s a dream of a place to play as a musician – the heritage is amazing, plus you just love your music.

How about the fans:

Harry: It’s hard to say one place has better fans than others. We’re very lucky that everywhere we go our fans are awesome.

 

SOURCE

 
 

Social Widgets powered by AB-WebLog.com.

%d bloggers like this: