Have a wonderful day!
I will admit I have been super crappy at posting and keeping up with all my projects lately. I’ve been so ill and when I overcome one thing another two things pop up. For example as soon as I started getting over my chest infection I ended up in bed in agony having drank too much water and putting my shoulder out. I suck so much I know. Hopefully the next few days will see me firmly back on my feet and able to make up for my lack of productivity over the weekend.
Look how cute the new McFly video is!
And after live streaming their last video this was a nice surprise!
All my love,
They have a single out before then called ‘Love is on the Radio’. This is the EP Version of the single and contains two versions of the title track and a recording of the ‘McFly Musical’ which Tom performed at their tenth anniversary shows. This EP is out on 24th November according to iTunes (it had been said it was out November 2nd by the lads so not sure about that) and costs $2.99, it’s not showing me a euro price.
The ‘Silent Aggression Mix’ featuring Dougie Poynter’s dulcet tones is a slightly more pop punk sounding, upbeat single. I have always loved McFly, they’ve been my favourite band for ten years but every other band I like is more at the pop punk and rock end of the scale. Heck my favourite club night in Dublin is Lockdown which is Dublin’s pop punk night. So as you may guess this version of the track is much more to my tastes. It’s also slightly faster and more upbeat than the original, something I love. However I’m glad this was not the official single version because it wouldn’t quite sound like McFly then.
When the lovely Derek and I got there the support act was already playing. I had no idea who they were but they were SO good. I then found out that it was Kate’s Party, a band I had heard alot about and whom I’d never seen. Needless to say I will be going to see them again. I love Irish bands and ALWAYS go to gigs to support them, they are literally always the best craic. If you have never gone to a gig full of homegrown bands I suggest you do. You can check out Kate’s Party HERE.
I’m now going to see the One Direction movie 😀
Talk Soon 😀 xox
McFly formed. That band has been a crucial part of my life. I grew up with them. I am turning 21 now.
They have been in my life for half of it. They were the soundtrack to my summers, heartbreaks, love affairs and all the other things that happened in my life both good and bad.