Westlife, Take That, the Spice Girls and Boyzone are all making a return in 2019, and it has been revealed McFly are doing the very same.
The quartet have confirmed that they will reconvene in the summer and also release their first album in almost a decade.
They launched themselves back in 2004 with their last studio album 'Above the Noise' released nine years ago.
It's been two years of uncertainty for Tom, Dougie, Harry and Danny since their last tour, but they are ready to go on the road again according to Dougie Poynter.
Speaking to The Sun, he explained: "We decided to take some time off after we did McBusted because it was a two-year tour and there was naturally some other things everyone wanted to do."
"It almost happened last year but someone had a project or something that was coming up smack bang in the middle. And we just didn’t think there was any point."
"McFly will at least start writing by the summer and I can't wait."
"I love that band and I love the guys. It's awesome."
Since their foundation back in 2004, McFly have scored seven UK No1 singles and 19 top ten tunes.