McFly treated fans - including members of The Saturdays to a selection of their new material when they performed at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire on Tuesday (19.10.10).
The 'Party Girl' hitmakers treated fans to a preview of their forthcoming new album, 'Above The Noise', at the city's Shepherd's Bush Empire, with the girl group's Frankie Sandford - who is dating bassist Dougie Poynter - and Vanessa White among those in attendance.
Showcasing a newer, more grown-up sound, the band's new tracks, including 'If You See Kate' and 'I'll Be Your Man' received as strong a response from the predominantly-female crowd as their earlier hits such as 'All About You' and 'Star Girl'.
The quartet also incorporated a cover of Taio Cruz's hit 'Dynamite' into their set, and wowed the audience with a rearranged version of debut single 'Five Colours in Her Hair'.
As well as their famous fans, the group were watched by their families, with drummer Harry Judd urging the crowd to cheer for his mother, who had sang and danced along throughout the set.