McFly talk Party Girl inspiration and trendy vampires

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 04: The British band Mcfly arrives at the National Lottery Awards 2010 held at the Camden Roundhouse on September 4, 2010 in London, England. The annual awards are presented to community members and groups for their work in UK Lottery funded projects. (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)

McFly have revealed that their latest single Party Girl was written about a real person.

The track, written in Atlanta with producer Dallas Austin, was actually written on one of their nights out.

“Partying actually inspired the record,” revealed bassist Dougie Poynter. “The single Party Girl is about an experience we had in a club.”

“Dallas pointed to this girl, saying ‘Isn’t she hot?’. She was a spray-tanned blonde with big lip implants – her lips stuck out so far they probably touched her nose when she yawned.”

“She was dancing all by herself and thought she was it, but she just looked ridiculous. We had to say ‘Er, Dallas, no.'” drummer Harry Judd added.

“But the idea of this girl and who she was turned into a song – the became this character.”

“It gets quite dark – we talk about how you have to keep your collar up in case she sinks her teeth into you. Vampires are very trendy right now, after all.”