Busted Re-Release “Year 3000” with The Jonas Brothers!

Busted are the band that just keeps on giving. They have just dropped their new re-release of their classic track “Year 3000” with The Jonas Brothers!

Now, it has been debated online for years now whether “Year 3000” belongs to Busted, or the Jonas Brothers. Busted first released this song back in 2002. A few years later in 2006, a new, fresh-faced band called The Jonas Brothers covered the song as one of their first singles. So yes, it is originally a Busted song however, both bands have decided 2023 is the time to combine forces and re-release the single together!

“Year 3000 2.0” is part of Busted’s new greatest hits album “Greatest Hits 2.0” – which is due to be released on the 15th of September. Alongside the release of the new track, the band have also put out the tracklisting for the new album. To celebrate their 20 years as a band, they decided to re-record their most well-known tracks, but this time there is a twist. All the tracks have a new feature on them. Of course, “Year 3000” features The Jonas Brothers, we have already heard “Loser Kid 2.0” feature Simple Plan, “Meet You There 2.0” with Neck Deep, and “Crashed The Wedding 2.0” with All Time Low. But we now know they they will be reuniting with their good friends McFly, as well as The Vamps, You Me At Six, James Arthur, Deaf Havana, and SO MUCH MORE! The full tracklisting can be found below;

Busted 2.0 album tracklist

Now, this is a lot of information to take, but there’s even more. In September the band will be going on a massive greatest hits tour! Tickets are still available but limited, so be sure to snap yours up quickly here!

The new album is now available to pre-order here, and “Year 3000 2.0” can now be streamed via all major streaming platforms! To keep up to date with what Busted are up to, you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok!

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