lördag 6 november 2010
Jag kunde inte få videoklippet till bloggen så ni får helt enkelt kolla här!
"The last time we interviewed McFly, we got completely carried away and ended up talking absolute filth on top of their interview (warning – if you click on this link, you will be disgusted) about how we wanted to mount Danny and lick Dougie’s tattoos.
So when we turned up to meet the boys at the studio yesterday, we were hoping they hadn’t watched our X-rated video. Yeah… they had. But rather than scolding us (which we would have quite enjoyed), they encouraged us by saying it turned them on. Not a wise move, boys.
Aside from our attempt to have sex with them, we spoke to McFly about their new Super City site and album Above The Noise, before moving swiftly onto full frontal nudity, The Only Way Is Essex and showing The Saturdays their testicles.
And then there’s the amazing game which we created especially for the interview – ‘I Believe I Can McFly, I Believe I Can Touch the McSky’. This basically involved showing the boys pictures of animals and letting them guess whether they have the ability to fly. Because education is fun, even if you’re a well famous band.
Watch the video above to find out the results of our hilarious quiz, plus feel free to rewind and play the bit where Harry says ‘you’re naughty’ over and over again (we totally didn’t do that).
PS Here’s an even filthier video where we play ‘shag, marry and avoid’ with McFly - which you simply must watch. Unless you’re 12 or something, in which case, go to bed. No, you can’t see the pretty fireworks, just go to bed."
The British musician has been adding to his body art collection and plans to cover his entire forearm with ink.
But during one recent outing to the tattoo parlour, Poynter came over queasy and passed out.
He tells U.K. TV host Paul O'Grady, "I fainted on one of my sessions of having a tattoo (sic). It was on the inside of my arm.
"I have kind of a full sleeve in the making. It's more annoying than really painful, it's just quite aggravating. It's just like being poked and it's like, 'Agh, stop!'" "
Kom just på en awesome idé!! :D
Vore det inte sjukt kul att göra en
egen SVENSK video av någon av McFLYs låtar och sedan skicka den till dom!?
Blir lite som "Party girl around the world" men bara med oss i Sverige :)
Vi kan t.ex. stå framför Globen, Kaknästornet osv :)
askul om vi t.ex. kunde stå framför älgarna (eftersom det är ganska typiskt
svenskt) på Skansen.
Skansen kan jag fixa in oss på så slipper vi betala
inträde, för jag känner lite folk som jobbar där :)
Finns säkert lite fler
typiska "landmärken" som vi kan stå och dansa framför, fast inga jag kommer på
Men, vad tycker ni? :)
Kram på er :)
Detta tycker vi låter som en toppen idé! Så vi undrar vad ni tycker om detta? Om det är tillräckligt många så kommer vi ge lite förslag på datum och sen får se hur det blir :)
Om detta blir av kommer det bli en hel dag på skansen med massa McFLY och roliga människor och djur ;) Om ni tycker det låter bra så skicka ett mejl till vår mejl firstname.lastname@example.org eller lämna en kommentar :)
fredag 5 november 2010
torsdag 4 november 2010
onsdag 3 november 2010
"In a year where Kelis released a dance LP, Robyn put out a trilogy of albums and Nicki Minaj, erm, happened, McFly Going Electro still managed to shock us. Having launched their new sound over the summer with ballsy dance-pop stomper 'Party Girl', they've now teamed up with the self-proclaimed Rockstarr But Actually Electropop Peddler Taio Cruz for their latest offering. Question is, has the novelty of a newer, poppier and, crucially, hunkier McFly already worn off?
Of course it flippin' well hasn't! On paper the pairing may sound like a hideous mish-mash of conflicting genres, but crank this up LOUD and the result is pop perfection. 'Shine A Light' might be a sentimental number about missing an ex, but with Cruz's squelchy synths, McFly's trademark pop/rock choonage and some deceptively catchy "Eh Eh"s, the urge to bound around the nearest open space for three minutes and 45 seconds is near-irresistible. Perhaps Dougie and co. have made a rockstar Rokstarr out of Taz after all?"
"The story behind the song is quite sweet actually. Some girl has only gone and broke their
hearts. “She took the light and left me in the dark, eh” is their claim, and preach for us
to “Shine a Light on her, eh eh” if we find her. However, it is possible for the listener to
interpret this in a couple of ways. Either they’ve actually been mentally destroyed by a
girlfriend who has left them, or they’ve gone to the bar to get a drink and can’t find the girl
they were with.
Whichever way really doesn’t matter because the beat flows well mixing mainly electronics
over acoustics (not quite as heavy as Party Girl) and will still attract the club audiences they were are aiming for. Die hard McFly fans who may have been upset with this new direction the band has taken will also enjoy it. Vocally it’s impressive, but I can’t help but wonder if Shine A Light would be as good as it is without the inclusion of Taio."