TAKEN FROM THE BRAND-NEW ALBUM POWER TO PLAY, OUT 9TH JUNE
McFly are back with Where Did All The Guitars Go, the first single from their new record, Power To Play. The track can be listened to here and the video is live now on YouTube here.
A manifesto, declaration and a statement of intent all wrapped into one. Where Did All The Guitars Go? is the perfect summation of McFly’s mindset right now and with riffs front and centre, it’s the first taste of this thrilling new era of the band.
Describing the single and the forthcoming record, McFly added: “At the start of the process, we all got together and said what we wanted this new album to be. We all had this one thing in common, and it was guitars. We love being on tour and playing live, and we hate this weird pressure where you don’t get played on the radio if you have guitars in your songs. That was always in the back of our heads, so we decided to forget all about it and that same day Tom wrote ‘Where Did All The Guitars Go?’ on the way home. On every album, there’s a song which becomes a foundation, a lightbulb moment, and this was it. Guitars, honesty, energy, all these personality traits are what give us the band’s identity. We want to reach that kid with long hair, get them excited about music and make them want to pick up a guitar and jump on their bed. That’s what this record is about.”
Power To Playis their biggest, boldest and most brilliantly noisy statement yet. Their highly anticipated 7th album is an all-out celebration of rock music and will be released on June 9th, via BMG. Pre-order Power To Playhere.
Undoubtedly one of the UK’s most successful bands, McFly have scored seven #1 singles, released six albums, two of which were chart-toppers and have played thousands of sold out shows. They have sold over 10 million records worldwide, won numerous awards including a BRIT for Best Pop Act, have over 1.2 million monthly Spotify listeners and have picked up over 91 million views on their YouTube channel.
McFly are Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Harry Judd and Dougie Poynter.