BUSTED are going back to the 90s as they play two intimate album-launch shows on the same night in Leeds.

The trio are returning to their hyperactive pop-punk roots for the first time since there 2003 debut A Present For Everyone with latest album Half Way There.

They will play the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on February 6 in advance of an arena tour.

James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis approached the new album with a simple goal in mind: “How do we make the ultimate Busted album?”.

They spent a year working on the album, writing more material than ever, much of it at Bourne’s apartment in North London where they spent so much time together back when they first started the band.

One of the tracks, ‘Nineties’, is said to be the same league as Busted favourites like ‘Year 3000’ and ‘Crashed The Wedding’.