Power to Play
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Goods that are faulty or sent in error must be returned to Crash Records Limited, 35 The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 6PU within 7 working days of the item being received by the customer. Power to Play is the core of what it means to create these songs that can last a lifetime. To indulge in what makes their hearts and souls glisten more than anything else. To share that joy and wonder with the world, hoping it will affect somebody else similarly. And to be in that place in your 20th year as a band is an extraordinary place to be. The outfit also have a list of outdoor shows in the diary for summer, taking over venues such as Millennium Square in Leeds and Dreamland in Margate. The performances come in support of their upcoming album Power To Play which is set for release on Friday 9 June.
Seven No.01 singles. Six albums, two of them chart-toppers. One hiatus. One reunion. Hundreds of shows. Thousands of fans. Millions of streams. Countless awards. After all of that, McFly still have one question for you. The 'Blue Monday' group will headline venues in London, Glasgow and Leeds with support from Confidence ManThe former Smiths guitarist will headline venues in Stirling, Northampton, Edinburgh and more this summer
Single “Where Did All The Guitars Go?” (somewhat ironically given their own forays into polished pop), questions the current landscape of bedroom beatmakers in favour of angry singalongs troubled teens can chant to in sweaty gig venues. Poynter’s pop-punk fuelled “I’m Fine” delivers on that front, as he contemplates the rest of his (band?) mates settling down. Better yet is the chaotic call of “Crash” with its stuttering dual guitars and an immense drum roll that thrusts us into the last chorus all in under two minutes. On 8 June 2023, McFly appeared on The One Show and confirmed "Honey I’m Home" would be the third single from Power to Play. The official video was released on 9 June 2023.  Critical reception [ edit ] a b c Forrest, Jo (29 March 2023). "McFly announce new album, Power To Play". TotalNtertainment . Retrieved 29 March 2023.
The 'Come On Eileen' legends will headline venues in York, Liverpool, Manchester and more this autumn Seven No.1 singles. Six albums, two of them chart-toppers. One hiatus. One reunion. Hundreds of shows. Thousands of fans. Millions of streams. Countless awards. After all of that, McFly still have one question for you.