The Heart Never Lies
Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Harry Judd and Dougie Poynter are now set to release their 'Greatest Hits' album on 5th November which will be preceded by a brand new single 'The Heart Never Lies' on 22nd October and complemented by a Live DVD released on 3rd December.
The Heart Never Lies' sees the band release a contemporary rock ballad for the first time in their career and demonstrates the band's continual evolvement. The track was recorded in London with producers Jason Perry (formerly the front man of rock band 'A') and Julian Emery, and mixed in Miami by 3-time Grammy award winner Tom Lord-Alge.
'The Heart Never Lies' will be released on 3 formats:
CD1 features The Heart Never Lies (full album version) and McFly's rocking version of Rhianna's hit Umbrella which was produced by band member Danny.
CD2 features the radio edit, an acoustic and strings version of the single, the video, brand new track Ignorance which was written by Dougie and Sofa Hyundai Administration (performed by the band at Top Gear of the Pops for Comic Relief).
Collectors edition 7' picture disc will feature the full length version and the radio edit of the single.
The 'Greatest Hits' album comes in two formats: CD1 is a standard disc featuring McFly's 7 number one singles (10 if you count the double A sides!) plus 3 brand new tracks: 'The Heart Never Lies', 'The Way You Make Me Feel' and 'Don't Wake Me Up'. CD2 is the deluxe version of the album and features every single ever released by the band plus the new tracks listed above.
The 'Greatest Hits DVD' will feature all of McFly's videos to date, exclusive backstage footage of the band which has been filmed over the years plus a live show which will be filmed on the first night of their forthcoming tour in Wolverhampton on 27th September. McFly will be on the road right through to December 6th at Wembley Arena when they play their 6th headline show at the prestigious venue.
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