McBusted are planning on recording an album following their tour which kicks off on April 17 in Glasgow.
McBusted have confirmed plans to record a new album.
The supergroup - comprised of McFly's Harry Judd, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter, as well as Busted's Matt Willis and James Bourne - contemplated ''laying something down'' before their tour which kicks off on April 17 in Glasgow, but were unable to do so since members had personal commitments.
While they have all been busy with tour rehearsals, Tom and his wife Giovanna welcomed their first child Buzz into the world on March 13 and he has also been trying to spend some quality time with the little one, while Matt has joined 'EastEnders' as Stacey Branning's boyfriend Luke Riley.
Talking to London's Capital FM radio station, Harry said: ''We were thinking of going in the studio and properly laying something down before the tour started.
''We've had no time because of Tom having his baby, the tour rehearsals and Matt's filming bits on 'EastEnders'. Everyone has been so busy.''
The boys plan on working their new record following the tour which ends on June 2 in Dublin.
He added: ''It will happen after the tour. We'll be writing on the road and hopefully soon after the tour we'll get in the studio.''
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