McBusted have premiered the trailer for their new bumper concert DVD exclusively on Digital Spy.
The supergroup – consisting of McFly and Busted’s James Bourne and Matt Willis – played 35 sold out shows during 2014 with a camera crew in tow capturing every second of the madness.
The footage has been used to create the Tourplay concert film, which premiered in cinemas for one day last month.
I’ve added new photos of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge meets members of McBusted at the end of The Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium on November 13, 2014 in London. Enjoy!
– Events in 2014: The Royal Variety Performance – Nov 13
McBusted have premiered a brand new track online.
The supergroup – consisting of McFly plus Busted’s Matt Willis and James Bourne – have recorded ‘What Happened To Your Band’ for their upcoming debut album.
“It’s what everyone asks you when they see you,” Bourne recently told Digital Spy about the track. “When I used to do my shopping, the lady at the till would be like, ‘What happened to your band?’ Everyone asked that question.”
Harry Judd added: “That’s what I love about the song. It was one of the first songs we heard and knew James had.
“It’s quite magic because it’s what Matt and James went through after Busted. I love it for that, because it’s like, ‘F**k it – this is what happened: Hyde Park and a tour’.” […]
McBusted will sing at this year’s Royal Variety Performance, it was confirmed on Tuesday. The supergroup will join the likes of Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, Demi Lovato and Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro among other artists.
Performing in front of Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, McBusted will take to the stage at London’s Palladium Theatre on Thursday 13 November. […]
At their upcoming gig at the Royal Variety Performance, McBusted will have the opportunity to meet royal guests of honour William and Kate. As Prince Charles attended the show last year, tradition says that The Queen will make it this year as the mother-son duo alternate.
The star-studded show will be hosted by award winning comedian Michael McIntyre while Russell Kane, Jake Whitehall, Sarah Millican and Trevor Noah will be providing the stand-up comedy.
Today marks one year of McBusted!!!
It’s been one crazy, awesome, mayhem filled journey and we wanted to say a huge thank you for being a part of it.
To celebrate we’ve released the track What Happened To Your Band. To get your hands on it today, pre-order our deluxe album on iTunes.
In more awesome news the official video for our single Air Guitar is here,
We’ll be performing Air Guitar on Strictly Come Dancing Results Show this Sunday on BBC1 from 7:15pm. Harry may try and break out a quickstep, so make sure you tune in.
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Watch the lads play their invisible instruments right here…
McBusted have premiered their brand new video for single Air Guitar.
The clip sees the supergroup playing a gig in skateboarding park as their musical instruments disappear. The lads themselves even turn into the invisivble men!
Air Guitar is McBusted’s first offering as a combined force, with the band previously admitting that “the expectations are so high, we only want to release new music if it’s f**king good.” Well, ‘Air Guitar’ isn’t f*cking good, it’s f**king GREAT!”
It began with Tom, who explained: “I was like, how has this song never been written before?”
Fans cheered when Busted’s Matt Willis asked if they would like to see the supergroup tour again, but the reaction was more muted when he suggested they play their new material.
Willis promised: “We’re not going to be one of those bands that plays just their new album. You know, we want to play everything that everyone wants to hear.
“Plus we genuinely love playing those songs. So we’re going to add in, like, four or five new ones maybe, at the most.”
The show sees two families go head-to-head over a series of fun games, with a variety of prizes at stake.
They must then decide whether to swap a prize, drop it or keep it in the family.
The star guests this week are pop supergroup McBusted, who face being dropped through a trapdoor in Swap or Drop.