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Busted say their reunion 'feels normal now'

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 01:27

British band Busted, who reformed in late 2015 after 11 years, say they're getting used to being back together

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Britain's pop group Busted say their reunion after a decade apart feels "normal now", with the band adapting to a new music industry since the height of their success in the early 2000s. Charlie Simpson, James Bourne and Matt Willis announced in late 2015 that the trio, known for hits like "What I Go To School For" and "Year 3000", was reforming after nearly 11 years. They have since been on an arena tour in Britain and Ireland and released the album "Night Driver" in November. "It kind of feels normal now. It doesn't really feel weird or strange or weird anymore, it kind of feels like this is our band and we're doing it again. It kind of feels right," Willis told Reuters in an interview about the bands reunion. Busted were speaking ahead of a performance on Tuesday night (March 28) for charity the Teenage Cancer Trust, where they were supporting singer Ed Sheeran. The Who frontman Roger Daltry conceived the idea of creating music shows for the Trust, which has drawn a number of high profile names over the years including Paul McCartney and Oasis. British musician Olly Murs also performed for the Trust on Monday (March 27) and has worked with youngsters from the charity helping them write their own music.

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Busted say their reunion 'feels normal now'

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 01:27