Falling in Love (McFly song)

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"Falling in Love"
Single by McFly
from the album Radio:Active
Released 10 May 2009
Format Download
Promo
Airplay
Genre Pop punk
Length 3:31 (radio edit)
4:29 (album version)
Label Super Records/ EMI
Writer(s) Danny Jones, Tom Fletcher, Jason Perry
Producer(s) Jason Perry
McFly singles chronology
"Do Ya/Stay with Me"
(2008)
"Falling in Love"
(2009)
"Party Girl"
(2010)

"Falling in Love" is the fourth and final single taken from British pop band McFly's fourth studio album, Radio:Active. On 29 April 2009, the song was added to BBC Radio 1's C-List and BBC Radio 2's B-List. In the UK, "Falling in Love" was released to promote the Radio:Active DVD. In Brazil, the song was released officially on 7 May. An iTunes bundle, consisting of the Radio Edit and Music Video, was released on 10 May 2009. The video for the track consists of clips from the group's Radio:Active Live at Wembley DVD. The intro has a small resemblance to The Byrds' song "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better".

Track listing[edit]

UK Promotional Single
  1. "Falling in Love" (Radio Edit) – 3:31
iTunes Download Bundle
  1. "Falling in Love" (Radio Edit) – 3:31
  2. "Falling in Love" (Video) – 3:40

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format
Brazil 7 May 2009 EMI Music Brazil Digital Download, Airplay
United Kingdom 4 April 2009 Super Records Digital Download, Promotional Single
International 10 May 2009 Super Records Digital Download
Spain 12 December 2009 EMI Music Spain Radio Airplay

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Position
UK Singles Chart[1]
87
Spain Los 40 Principales[2]
23

Live Performances[edit]

Brazil

U.K.

  • Radio:Active Tour – November 2008
  • Tonight’s The Night – April 2009
  • Paul O’Grady Show – May 2009
  • Hollyoaks – May 2009
  • BBC Sound – May 2009
  • Up Close...And This Time It's Personal Tour – April/May 2009
  • BBC Switch – May 2009
  • Radio 1 Chart Show – May 2009

Spain

  • Under Eighteen U18 – September 2009
  • Sesiones Myspace – December 2009

References[edit]