BUSTED RELEASE ‘CRASHED THE WEDDING 2.0’ FEATURING ALL TIME LOW
BUSTED CONTINUE THEIR 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS WITH THE RELEASE OF ‘CRASHED THE WEDDING 2.0’ FEATURING ALL TIME LOW- LISTEN HERE
Busted’s series of 2.0 remakes of their biggest hits is proving to be one of the most fun concepts they’ve ever embarked upon. The trio – James BourneCharlie Simpson and Matt Willis – have relished the opportunity to work with bands they’ve always admired (Simple Plan, Neck Deep and Hanson, with many more to come), while fans have seen their old favourites given a fresh lease of life. The series now continues as Busted give ‘Crashed The Wedding’ a new vibe with the help of featured artists All Time Low. Listen HERE.
This new take on ‘Crashed The Wedding’ is a classic case of: if it’s not broke, fix it anyway. It’s the song you’ve always loved, just with the guitars cranked up to 11, the drums hitting harder than ever before, and its sweet vocal harmonies have become far more layered and energised. The original, from 2003, is of course a bona fide Busted classic – a Gold-certified song which became their second #1 smash, and a crowd-pleasing highlight of the band’s countless sold-out arena shows.
Busted’s Charlie says, “I’ve been listening to All Time Low since they released their debut EP ‘Put Up Or Shut Up back in 2006.’ It’s so awesome to have them on board for reimagining one of our biggest songs.”
All Time Low add, “I had the pleasure of getting to know these guys when we worked together on a couple tracks for the McBusted album. Getting the call to come in and help recreate an iconic Busted song was a no-brainer. Loved being a part of this one!”
‘Crashed The Wedding 2.0’ follows the recent news that Busted will play the all-star Radio 2 in the Park event in Leicesteron September 16th.
All evidence suggests that Busted are just as big as they were the first time around. Upon announcing details of this year’s arena tour, they sold almost 150,000 tickets instantly – resulting in numerous shows being sold-out and many more being added to the schedule to keep up with phenomenal public demand, which will see them play to a total of 300,000 fans. Limited tickets remain for some dates HERE.
The tour features everyone’s favourite brother pop-trio Hanson at all dates from Birmingham (September 9th) onwards, plus New Hope Club and The Tyne. The dates are:
SEPTEMBER 2nd – Plymouth, Pavilions (SOLD OUT) 3rd – Cardiff, International Arena (SOLD OUT) 5th – Swansea, Arena (SOLD OUT) 6th – Bournemouth, BIC (SOLD OUT) 7th – Brighton, Centre (SOLD OUT) 9th – Birmingham, Utilita Arena (SOLD OUT) 10th – London, The O2 (SOLD OUT) 12th – Bridlington, Spa (SOLD OUT) 13th – Newcastle, Utilita Arena (SOLD OUT) 15th – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (SOLD OUT) 16th – Newcastle, Utilita Arena 17th – Leeds, First Direct Arena 19th – Aberdeen, P&J Live 20th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro (SOLD OUT) 22nd – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena (SOLD OUT) 23rd – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena 24th – Manchester, AO Arena (SOLD OUT) 26th – Cardiff, International Arena 27th – London, The O2 29th – Birmingham, Utilita Arena 30th – Manchester, AO Arena
OCTOBER 1st- Glasgow, OVO Hydro 4th – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena 6th – Dublin, 3Arena 8th – Belfast, SSE Arena 10th – London, The O2
Since breaking through in 2007, All Time Low have proven to be one of the world’s biggest pop punk sensations. Songs such as ‘Dear Maria, Count Me In’, ‘Monsters’ and ‘Weightless’ have amassed hundreds of millions of streams, resulting in four UK Top 10 albums including the #1 ‘Future Hearts’. Along the way they’ve collaborated with leading names from the worlds of punk and pop, such as blackbear, Demi Lovato, Joel Madden, Mark Hoppus and Tegan and Sara. The band have been recognised with awards from Alternative Press, Rock Sound and iHeartRadio, and recently again hit the charts with their current album ‘Tell Me I’m Alive’.