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McFly’s stay on Anglesey to write new material
MEMBERS of one of the UK’s most popular bands used Anglesey’s coastline as inspiration for their new material.
Three of pop-rock band McFly reportedly stayed in Rhoscolyn over the weekend to begin writing new songs for their next album. They have enjoyed chart hits with songs such as It’s All About You and Obviously.
Dougie Poynter, Tom Fletcher and Danny Jones were spotted in Tesco Holyhead by several lucky shoppers on Friday afternoon.
The group kept fans up to date by posting photos and comments on Twitter throughout their trip.
This is not the first time a successful UK band has taken advantage of the island’s shoreline recently: in November, boyband One Direction visited Trearddur Bay, Rhosneigr and Aberffraw to film footage which would be used during their concerts.
Over the weekend, lead singer Tom posted that the writing process was “going well”, stating: “Up til 4am working on songs. Late nights, late starts. We’re on the creative time zone.
“I love my job. It’s 1am, we’re making awesome music whilst eating double stuffed Oreos dunked in Galaxy milkshake.”
However, drummer Harry Judd was unable to join his bandmates as he had other commitments.
Harry, who was recently crowned Strictly Come Dancing Champion 2011, spoke of his bandmates’ Anglesey trip during a television appearance over the weekend.
Appearing on BBC magazine show, Something for the Weekend on Sunday, he said: “The other three are away at the moment in Wales doing a little writing trip, but because I’ve got Strictly tour rehearsals tomorrow, I couldn’t join them.”
He said the other three were “writing some new stuff” and agreed the band was stronger than ever following a break, which saw himself and his fellow bandmate winning two popular reality TV shows: Dougie was named King of the Jungle in ITV1’s I’m a Celebrity.
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@tommcfly: How many Mcfly members does it take to record a bass line?…
@tommcfly: @EpicMeli I’m part way through today’s challenge. Favourite movie…might take a few more hours!