James Bourne will not work with Busted except they’re making new music.
The ‘Year 3000’ hitmakers first break up after 5 years in 2005 earlier than James and Matt Willis joined forces with McFly to type the supergroup McBusted in 2014, adopted by an precise Busted reunion with bandmate Charlie Simpson a few years later.
The trio launched the albums ‘Night Driver’ and ‘Half Way There’ in 2016 and 2019 respectively, and James would solely do one other tour if there was new materials to advertise.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column, he defined: “I’m prepared to run away with the circus for a 3rd time however the circus has to have a very thrilling plan.
“I’m not actually except there’s new music, as a result of you then simply turn into a band that plans their hits and that is fascinating for, like, 5 individuals.
“When we are with the band we have to be fully committed.”
Meanwhile, Charlie beforehand insisted he wished Busted to collaborate with Bring Me The Horizon after the ‘Throne’ rockers teamed up with Ed Sheeran on the BRIT Awards earlier this 12 months.
He revealed: “So I spoke to Jordan [Fish, percussionist] two weeks ago because we want to do a project together. We became buddies after doing Warped tour together years ago.”
The ‘Crashed the Wedding’ hitmaker went on to clarify that the pair have spoken a couple of potential collaboration and are simply attempting to give you concepts and jokingly instructed a canopy of their college boy anthem with celebrity Ed.
Charlie informed NME: “Jordan said to me ‘Those Busted songs are f****** bangers man!’ So we’re trying to think of something we can do together, and I’m trying to think of something I can get him on. Which would be awesome! Can you imagine a remake of ‘What I Go to School For’?! We’d only be missing Ed Sheeran!”