Busted's fourth album Half Way There finds the trio returning to their hyperactive pop-punk sound for the first time since 2003's all-conquering, multi-Platinum album A Present For Everyone.
James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis approached the project with a simple goal in mind: 'How do we make the ultimate Busted album?'. They spent a year working on it and the result is a rush of melody and effervescent riffs as they blend huge arena-filling choruses with a classic pop-punk sound. The album was produced by Gil Norton. Nineties was co-written by Dougie Poynter of McFly and is set to claim its place alongside other Busted favourites such as Year 3000 and Crashed The Wedding.