Dan Wootton has confirmed that 'Love Is Easy' video will be premiered on Thursday, 25th October.

'The lads of @mcflymusic have just given me a sneaky look at their new music video. It's really cute and a brilliant song.Premieres Thursday.'

Still no confirmed time or any idea of what channel it will shown on. But we have been told by people who were at the shooting for some of 'Love Is Easy' that 4Music were there filiming and asking the crow questions, so we think it may be shown on 4Music or else MTV Music. We will keep you up to date on that.
This day 3 years ago, 'Star Girl' was played in SPACE! You can relieve this day 3 years ago by watching the videos below of 'Star Girl' being played in Space and NASA talking about 'Star Girl'.
McFly will be on ITV1 show, Surprise Surprise, on Sunday 28th at 7pm.

The boys will be surprising a teaching assistant and performing 'Love Is Easy'.
Love Is Easy was played on BBC Radio 2 yesterday. You can listen to it here:
Out November 18th!
In order to bring all fans together into the world of Super City we have decided to make Super City free to access for everyone this next year from the 1st November.

That means everyone will now be able to access the groundbreaking video content – including footage from the Keep Calm and Play Louder Tour, The Third Floor documentary and McFly in Japan – and the Pioneering fan-based social network. As always, any McFly news will be announced through here first. Please don’t mail at this point as we will be announcing more details in the coming weeks.

If you purchased an annual or annual plus subscription during the year, you will be receiving a partial refund based on how many full months of your annual term are left over the next two weeks. There will be no partial refunds for monthly subscribers but all recurring monthly payments have now been ceased and so no further payments will be taken.

Annual & annual plus refunds will be processed over the next few days and anyone eligible will receive an automated email to confirm when their refund has been processed.

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McFly  have been confirmed to be performing at Free Radio Live at Birmingham LG Arena on 15th December.

Tickets on sale here here.

GIITV’s own Joe Coyle caught up with Mcfly to talk about their new autobiography ‘Unsaid Things’ and life as a pop band. 

What was the inspiration behind writing a book now?
Tom: We have always wanted to write a book. We have always said, over the years, when we would have one of ‘those moments’ that we would have to remember it for the book. It just feels like the right time now.  There has been a lot that has happened in the last few years of our career and the dust has settled on that and we are all in really good places in our lives. We are releasing a ‘Greatest Hits’/ ‘Best Of’ soon, so it just felt like the perfect time!

Does it feel surreal that what has happened in your career so far has actually happened to you?
Danny: As a band it just all seemed to fall into place. We are lucky to be here now.
Tom: It does feel like fate sometimes and that everything happens for a reason: something bad would happen, but then something good would come from it.  When we were going through the book and all the stories, we reminisced quite a lot and all talked about the same funny stories that happened.  You repeat all the ones that you remember really well! When putting the book together there were stories that we hadn’t really talked about or had forgotten about and it was interesting to reminisce altogether, as a band, and hear the different ways that we each remembered the same things.
Harry: It’s a series of events I guess. There are so many highlights and it’s only when you look back on those highlights that you realise how special they are.

How easy has it been to stay grounded as things have happened over the years?
Harry: We were very well managed in the early days. They kept this hierarchy between us and them and we really respected them.  If anything we were quite scared of them!  Because of that, they didn’t allow us to do too much and they protected us…
Tom: …which was frustrating at the time, but was definitely the right thing to do.
Harry: We did do our little ‘rock and roll’ bit behind the scenes – behind closed doors.  We had fun – lived our lives. We were never around people who would try and influence us.
Danny: There was always that thing that when we went on stage we would think we were awesome.  But, when we came off the stage, we would always take constructive criticism and try and make it better every time.
Tom: Our management never let anything go to our heads. They were very crucial in shaping who we are.

How do your song writing processes start as a band? Is it just Tom and Danny who start off the process and bring the rest of the band in?
Tom: Well, Dougie writes a lot too.  It’s different every time really.
Danny: In the early days we were in hotels quite a lot, so we would have acoustics and we would just jam.  James [Bourne – of Busted fame) was about.
Tom: When we first started writing it was more like that. Danny wasn’t into producing then, so we would just sit down with acoustics – or on the piano – and write in that very relaxed atmosphere…
Danny: …just imagining how stuff would sound (in your head)…
Tom: …and then we would go through things in pre-production and work through all the parts. As we got older, Danny got in to producing and it’s kinda different now. We sometimes write as we were recording. It’s different depending on which producers you are working with.  On the last album, we were recording a lot as we were writing it. The producer was from a very urban background, so a lot of the time we would start off with a beat and write to that – which was the backwards way round for us! We are normally melody first and then lyrics last.
Danny: The amazing thing about learning to song-write, for me personally, is that it opened my music knowledge. You study and appreciate music for how good it is rather than what it is. If something is a good song then you just like it. Now we all show each other music and if it’s good we appreciate it.
Tom: We listen to absolutely everything. There are no limits to what you like.
Harry: The songs that we have released aren’t the limits of our song-writing abilities. I think we would be capable of writing some completely different stuff, but when you go to writing your album you need to take that time to think: “Right, what do we want to do? What sound do we want to have? “

Read the rest of the interview SOURCE
There were plenty of fabulous frocks, dazzling suits and sparkling jewellery on display at the Attitude magazine awards ceremony in Central London last night (October 16th).


The male attendees, on the other hand, all went for more conservative attire.

The boys from McFly – Dougie Poynter, Harry Judd and Danny Jones – wore matching suits for the event, with Danny adding an extra touch of glamour by donning an expensive-looking wristwatch for the night.

It was band-mate Harry, however, who walked away from the event with the Hottest Man of the Year award.

They are currently doing their rounds promoting their greatest hits album as they celebrate their eighth year as a band.
But taking a night off from their day jobs, McFly were pictured on Wednesday evening attending the press night of their good friend James Bourne’s musical Loserville.

Far from a lads’ night out, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter chose to take to their seats at The Garrick Theatre alongside their girlfriends.

Eagerly anticipating the evening ahead, Danny, 26, took to his Twitter account to let his fans in on his plans.

He tweeted: ‘Off to loserville to support my boyo @JamesBourne!! Looking forward to it. :)’
Jones and his lady Georgia Horsley appeared to be in good spirits as they stopped to take pictures for photographers.

Showing off his stylish picks, the guitarist wore a khaki trench coat, which had black leather detailing, which a white shirt and black trousers.

Georgia stepped out in an all black ensemble made up of a leather jacket, a mini shift dress, tights and heeled ankle boots.

The pretty blonde allowed her locks to fall at her shoulders and accessoried with a brown satchel and a leopard pint scarf.

Dougie, 24, and his better half Lara Carew-Jones couldn’t stop smiling as they headed inside the theatre.

With his arm around Lara’s shoulder, the bassist looked suave in grey coat which he teamed with a black jumper, jeans and boots.

Carew-Jones looked lovely in a red and black spotted dress which she wore with tights and boots, and as held her coat jacket in hand.

Newlywed and lead vocalist in the band, Tom Fletcher, who made his childhood sweetheart Giovanna Falcone his wife in May, failed to attend the show as he’s currently in America.

Harry Judd, however who got engaged in May, took to the production without his girlfriend Izzy Johnston.

The 26-year-old drummer, who was recently awarded Hottest Man of the Year by Attitude, wore a blue knitted jumper with black jeans, distressed leather boots and a grey coat.

Other stars at the opening night included Daisy Lowe, Emma Willis, Olympian Rebecca Adlington, Stephen Tompkinson and his partner Elaine Young.

Harry has graced the cover of Attitude Magazine on four separate occasions (twice with the rest of the band & twice on his own) and he has now been named their Hottest Man of the Year at their annual awards as voted for by readers.

To celebrate Harry will be appearing in their Awards issue, released October 19th with a full interview.

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    Memory lane tour 2013.

    19 April - Oasis Leisure Centre, Swindon

    20 April - O2 Academy, Birmingham

    22 April - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

    23 April - Hexagon Theatre, Reading

    25 April - O2 Academy, Newcastle

    28 April - SECC Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

    30 April - City Hall, Sheffield

    1 May - O2 Academy, Leeds

    3 May - O2 Apollo, Manchester

    4 May - O2 Apollo, Manchester

    6 May - De Montford Hall, Leicester

    7 May - Corn Exchange, Cambridge

    9 May - BIC, Bournemouth

    10 May - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

    11 May - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

    13 May - Colston Hall, Bristol

    14 May - Guildhall, Portsmouth

    16 May - Brighton Centre, Brighton

    18 May - Wembley Arena, London


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