Busted release new free song Coming Home
Busted have released brand new song 'Coming Home' as a free gift for fans ahead of their 'Pigs Can Fly' tour.
Busted have surprised fans by releasing new single 'Coming Home' on Monday (03.05.16) for free.
The reunited trio - comprised of James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis - dropped the new track ahead of their 'Pigs Can Fly' Arena tour, which kicks off on May 11 at London's SSE Wembley Arena.
The comeback single has been created purposely for the arena shows, it was written by all three members and was recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer John Fields earlier this year.
Talking about the track, James said: "After 12 long years it feels great to say, here is a brand new Busted song! We wanted to give this away free to the fans as a gift for supporting us all these years. We can't wait to play it live in the arenas and hear them singing along."
The pop rockers have assured fans they are back for good and that they have entered a "new chapter" as a band.
They previously teased they would release something new before embarking on their tour and an album is set to follow the concerts.
Bassist Matt - who is married to TV presenter Emma Willis - previously said: "We see this as the next part of Busted. Even if we'd got back together for just one more tour, I would've still been happy.
"But the fact this is a whole new thing and a new chapter for Busted is so much more exciting.
"There will hopefully be something to drop before the tour, and then the proper single in the summer afterwards. Busted is very different, but the thing is it's still Busted. The essence of it is still us three."
Fans can go to Busted.com/cominghome to download the track for free.