McFly’s hotly anticipated ‘Love is Easy’ video was debuted this morning online but you’ll have to wait until November 11 to get your hands on it!

The track is the first piece of new material since 2010′s album Above The Noise and is set to be a chart success.

The footage sees the boy’s relive career highlights and discography in a kitsch stage-show. The band show off their past awards and personal successes; Danny Jones flaunts McFly’s Brit Award, whilst bassist Dougie Poynter models his I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here crown and drummer Harry Judd reminds us of his Strictly Come Dancing trophy.

The changing backdrops are nostalgic reminders of just how far the band have come since 2004′s Room On The 3rd Floor with fans invited to join the video.

The retrospective marks the return of the four-piece to the music scene and follows revelations of auto-biography ‘Unsaid Things – Our Story’ about the guy’s tumultuous private lives as well as their risque ways at the beginning of their pop journey.

The forthcoming greatest hits album Memory Lane: The Best of McFly, IS available November 26.

Glad to see the matching suits are back (again)!

McFly – ‘Love Is Easy’:

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