McFly to sign deal with old label Universal

Pride of Britain Awards - ArrivalsOnly 18 months after ditching Island Records to go it alone, McFly are about to sign a deal with Universal – the parent company of Island Records.

The McFly boys started their own label Super Records, investing hundreds of thousands of pounds of their own money, and gave away their first album Radio:ACTIVE for free with a national newspaper, but now they’re going back to the big boys in an attempt to promote and distribute their music all over the world according to The Sun.

They have roped in a shock producer to work on their new music – R&B; producer Dallas Austin, who has worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, TLC and Pink.

Please note: The original article does not mention what will be happening with Super Records, so we don’t know exactly what McFly’s plans are regarding their own label.