The quartet, who released their debut album in 2004, believe that they deserve more credit than they are given for surviving in the industry for seven years.
"I think we deserve a bit more credit now. We should be recognised a bit more," Danny Jones told the Daily Star.
"McFly has got that name attached to it because we first released stuff with Busted, but that was seven years ago. We’ve seen a lot of old faces come back - these girls who have come back to watch us and now they’re women."
He continued: "This album is actually amazing if you open your mind to it - you can really enjoy it. For us to still be around and in the charts is an amazing achievement."
Jones also revealed that the band are planning a "spectacular" arena tour in the near future.
He added: "We’re going to launch the best arena tour you’ve ever seen. It’s gonna be like a rock, pop and entertainment show all in one. We’re gonna destroy the place.
"It’s early days, but we will try and make it spectacular. We like big production and fireworks."
McFly's new album Above The Noise is out now.