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McFly Are Returning To London For A One-Off Reunion Show, And Here’s How To Get Tickets

April Curtin April Curtin

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A one-off show, unreleased songs and a brand new mini-series? Excuse us while we have the biggest fangirl breakdown in history.

It’s official, McFly are returning for a one-off London show at the O2 in November, and our inner 13 year old selves (and, let’s be realistic, current selves) are crying with happiness.

The nation’s noughties pop sweethearts had us awaiting news with a mysterious video that they posted on Monday, before presenting us with this glorious post yesterday afternoon:

McFly?! Reunion?! In two months?! Is that really enough time to emotionally prepare?

And as if that wasn’t enough, the four London boys then announced the release of ‘The Lost Songs’ – a compilation of tracks written over the last nine years that the band recorded for what they thought would be their 6th album.

They announced on Instagram that, for many reasons, these songs were never released… until now!

‘The Lost Songs’ will be released one by one every Sunday leading up to the show on November 20, available on all streaming platforms.

The band released the first episode of ‘The Lost Songs’ last night, ‘Red’, where we sit down with Tom, Harry, Dougie and Danny to hear them talk about the unreleased song, while reminiscing and laughing about old times in between.

The video also features never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews with the band, making for six and a half minutes of heaven. (And we can confirm that the boys have aged well… very, very well.)

McFly’s post on Instagram yesterday said: “These songs are a huge part of our journey over the last 9 years and we are so mcfucking happy to finally share them with you.”

We’re not (mc)crying, you are.

We really did think it was all over for the boys, after they said in a Tweet last year: “We as McFly just want to say how much we support Dougie and wish him well with his new band INK.

“Even though we are all working on solo projects in 2018, McFly are still looking forward to working on a new record some time in the future.”

But here we are with our prayers answered, and it’s time to prepare for the early morning stress of joining the ticket queue with 5000 trillion other superfans.

Tickets go on THIS FRIDAY (September 13) at 9am. So get those refresh buttons at the ready!

You can get your tickets on the O2 website on Friday, or today (Wednesday 11) if you’re a priority customer. Alternatively, check out the AXS site on Friday!

 

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We’re back! To celebrate we’re playing the London O2 Arena on Nov 20th. Tickets on sale THIS FRIDAY 13th! #mcfly

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Obviously (ticket queues pending) we’ll be going – see you there!

For more gig updates, don’t forget to check out our Big London Gig Guide, listing over 500 upcoming concerts in London!

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