In a recent interview with NowTV Harry Judd said that to go back to McFly after the stint of being McBusted would be ‘really awkward’.
This time last year the McBusted boys had just announced a 9 date tour around the UK. Little did they know that those dates would sell out in a matter of minutes. In the end, the tour lasted 34 dates around the UK as they sold out the O2 Arena in London four nights on the trot and played a huge gig at London’s prestigious Hyde Park in front of 50,000 people. They have just released a new single as a ‘Super-Group’ and there album is set for release, but it seems that the fans are in shambles after this news, wanting the original McFly line up to return.
One of the many things bothering McFly fans is the fact that they never released the beloved Album Six that the fans became so attached to. But it’s not just the fans the unreleased album is causing tensions between, in a Radio Interview, when asked about what McFly were doing before the form of McBusted Danny said ‘we had an album ready’, to which Harry, the bands drummer interrupted him saying ‘well it was ready’ with Danny responding with ‘it was though’.
The debate between them becoming so heated that the radio interviewer even had to try and calm the lads down, saying ‘come on guys, lets not fall out.’ It was obvious to see that the bands lead guitarist and singer Danny was hurt and upset about this topic, staying almost silent for the rest of the interview. But what does this mean for the four boys from Memory Lane? Fans taking to twitter to hail Danny Jones’s efforts to discuss Album Six, as they have a lot of un answered questions about McBusted ‘which was originally meant to be just a tour’. One fan on twitter saying ‘The return of McFly would be really awkward-yeah because you’d have no fans’. Others however just thanked Danny for being on their side, as some are very hurt and shocked by what Harry has been saying in interviews recently.
McBusted’s brand new single ‘Air Guitar’ was released on Sunday and made 8th in the UKTOP40, along with this their self titled album is due for release on December 1st and tickets for the McBusted 2015 tour are on sale now.