McFly will make a new album once they're "refreshed".
The group haven't made a studio LP since 2010's 'Above the Noise' because they've spent the last few years working as part of supergroup McBusted alongside Busted's James Bourne and Matt Willis, but are looking forward to getting back in the studio once they've enjoyed a well-earned break.
Singer Danny Jones said: "It's really nice to have a bit of breathing space after 12 and a half years with McFly.
"We've never really had this time off, so we'll give it a few months and see how we feel. When you're all refreshed, we'll go and smash an album.
"We had an album ready to go before McBusted. So we'll either revisit that, or we'll feel inspired to do new music."
For the time being, Danny is writing and producing songs for other people and is enjoying branching out into different genres.
He told Britain's HELLO! magazine "I'm really enjoying it. You're always learning in a studio.
"I don't want people to work with me and for it to be like McFly - I'd like to do anything from pop and dance to rock. I just want to work with people who I think I can give a bit extra or help mould them into an artist.
"Where I come from, my inspiration is more blues and soulful and Bruce Springsteen. But then when I met Tom [Fletcher], he was more pop and the two blended together brilliantly."