Bourne plays electric guitar, piano, drums and bass guitar.
As part of Valentine's Day, Future Boy posted a new track on Facebook called "Dangerous"; the song didn't make the final cut for Volume 1.
Although Volume 2 was officially announced in February 2011 for a release as a Facebook video game Space Travellers, the album has yet to surface due to technical difficulties and other commitments.
Although a split was never officially announced, Dave Williams, Chris Leonard and Steve Rushton all left to pursue other projects leaving Bourne and Danny Hall the only members. A reunion of sorts happened on occasion as Bourne turned their debut album into Loserville: The Musical.
Danny Hall and James Bourne both performed "Holly... Following the split of Son of Dork, Bourne pursued a musical career as a solo artist under the name Future Boy inspired by his favourite movie Back to the Future.
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James Elliot Bourne (born 13 September 1983 in Rochford, Essex, England) is an English singer-songwriter and co-founder of pop rock bands Busted and Son of Dork as well as a solo electronic project, Future Boy.
In October 2015, rumours spread in various British tabloids that Busted were reuniting once again.
The Sun reported that an unnamed source (later revealed to be Tom Fletcher) had stated that 'Busted are re-forming by the end of the year and Charlie is part of the band again.'.
Bourne owns an American skating and apparel company called Sic Puppy, named after a band he was once a member of.
Bourne paid over £16,000 for his own record company, Sicpuppy Records, which, in 2007, gave unsigned UK bands a chance to play on the Sic Tour 2007 in Shepherd's Bush Empire.
He has a sister named Melissa and two brothers named Nick and Chris.