McFLY - ONE FOR THE RADIO [SkidVid_XviD], single/video released June 29th 2008.
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McFly are a British pop rock/pop punk band who first found fame in 2004. The band, formed in London, was founded by Tom Fletcher [lead vocals/guitar] and also consists of Danny Jones [lead vocals/guitar], Dougie Poynter [vocals/bass guitar] and Harry Judd [drums]. They are managed by Prestige Management, and were signed to the Island Records label from their launch  until December 2007, before creating their own label, Super Records. As of September 2008, McFly have had fifteen top ten singles, seven of which reached No.1 in the UK Singles Chart.
'One For The Radio' is the fourteenth McFly single, and second single from their fourth studio album, 'Radio:Active'. The album was released free with copies of The Mail On Sunday [a British national newspaper] on July 20th 2008. 'One For The Radio' is described as being about the band's "constant struggle for critical acceptance". The single was premiered on BBC Radio 1's Switch with Nick Grimshaw on June 1st 2008. It was the first single that McFly released under their new record label, Super Records. The video for the single was premiered on June 29th 2008 and was shot in Toronto, Canada and directed by Sum 41's drummer, Steve Jocz. As of June 25th 2008 the song has been A Listed at BBC Radio 1, the first time a McFly single has made the A List since 'Five Colours In Her Hair'.