McFly is an English band who rose to fame in the early 2000s, with their poppy-indie guitar sounds and teen-driven vocals. The band consists of Danny Jones (guitar/vocals), Tom Fletcher (guitar/vocals), Dougie Poynter (bass/vocals), and Harry Judd (drums).
Their first album, Room On the 3rd Floor (2004) went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart and achieved double Platinum status. Hit singles from the album includes: "Five Colours In Her Hair", "Obviously”, "Room On the 3rd Floor" and "That Girl".
Their second album Wonderland (2005) was also a success and some of the music from the album and also their first album was used in the Lindsay Lohan teen flick, Just My Luck (2006).
Motion in the Ocean (2006) followed with a big tour and another one in 2007 - Up Close and Personal tour leading to their album All the Greatest Hits (2007).
McFly achieved a number one with their album Radio:Active, and the band released an accompanying DVD for their show Radio:Active – Live at Wembley.
In 2010, McFly bought out their fifth album Above the Noise which was released 6th March 2011 and featured the singles “Party Girl”, “Shine a Light” and “That’s the Truth”. The album reached the top 20 on the UK Album Chart and was given praise by critics alike.
The McFly boys took time out from their busy schedule while Dougie Poynter went onto win jungle reality TV show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here in 2011, and Harry Judd won Strictly Come Dancing in the same year.
Never ones to keep off the road for long, Danny Jones, Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd returned to the road for their 10th tour: Keep Calm & Play Louder. McFly performed at four sold out shows in the United States where the group showcased new songs “Do Whatcha”, “Red” and “Touch The Rain” which the group confirmed would appear on their sixth album.