Monday, 21-07-2014 @ 11:28 @ 3 Comments

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The new The Script song “Superheroes” is up in their official Youtube channel. Listen below and give us your thoughts.

PS: We loved!

Lyrics (taken from Direct Lyrics)

All the lies she has seen
All the meaner side of me
They took away the profits dream for a profit on the street
Now she’s stronger than you know
A heart of steel starts to grow

All his lies he’s been told
He’ll be nothing when he’s old
All the kicks and all the blows
He will never let it show
Cause he’s stronger than you know
A heart of steel starts to grow

When you’ve been fighting for it all your life
You’ve been struggling to make things right
That’s how a superhero learns to fly
Every day, every hour
Turn the pain into power

When you’ve fighting for it all your life
You’ve been working every day and night
That’s how a superhero learns to fly
Every day, every hour
Turn the pain into power
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By Carol Ahmed ▪ Filed In: News

Thursday, 24-07-2014 @ 21:42 @ No Comments

Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue moved home to Dublin from London for eight months to care for his seriously ill mother.

Danny O’Donoghue has told how he coped with his mum’s illness by writing and recording The Script’s new album. No Sound Without Silence will be released on September 12 with the first single Superheroes out on August 29.

And Danny, 33, told how his bandmates Mark Sheehan and Glenn Power rallied round him when his mum Ailish fell ill with a brain aneurism.
He said: “When something like that happens there’s no questions no grudges, no anything, you just do what you need to do. Those guys for me are absolutely my rock, they would fend off everything around me. There was a lot of stuff coming in around that time that they shielded me from and more power to them.”

So the band recorded a lot of their album in a studio in Temple Bar so Danny, 33, could be at home.

He said: “I grew up on these streets and I was in Sun Studios when I was 15 years old. I love this studio, I love Dublin and obviously my mum fell ill earlier on this year and that was a big one for me. I just cut all ties with let’s say the industry and I came back to basics, being back at me ma’s house, living in my old bedroom again. It’s really weird being back in your old bedroom but that’s what happened.
And I’ve been there for eight months, thank the Lord she is doing well, she’s doing amazing right now. But it was a time for silence of being cut off from anything else that really allowed us to contemplate the album and think about life. This album isn’t just about me it’s about the other lads as well and there are some great messages in it. We are always best when we have that going down – there’s something else that happens to The Script when we go through those moments.”

The singer said his mum’s battle back to health was the inspiration behind a lot of the new album’s tracks.

He added: “The Energy Never Dies is not a direct message, Superheroes is not a direct message whereas all of it is in there. My mum is my superhero – to see her going through what she went through. While I was here I was coming in and using the studio as a punching bag every day.”


By Cine ▪ Filed In: Interviews

Thursday, @ 21:30 @ No Comments

Danny O’Donoghue gave Hot Press a preview of tracks from No Sound Without Silence.

The temperature in Sun Studios in Temple Bar was probably not far off that on the surface of the celestial body itself.
There, a sweaty Hot Press got a chance to listen to five tracks from The Script’s forthcoming album, No Sound Without Silence, which is due for release September 12.

O’Donoghue, ever the chancer, wanted a sneak-peek of his own; promptly getting his hands on an advance copy of the issue hitting newsstands today!

The eagerly-awaited album will open with ‘No Good In Goodbye’. Listening to the soaring guitar line of the introduction, it’s hard not to think of U2 in their prime; that gives you an idea of the sound the band are aiming for.

“We wanted to really bottle the energy up from the live performances, and put it in the album,” says O’Donoghue. “We’d never really done that.”

By now, most of you will probably have heard ‘Superheroes’; racking up over 400,000 hits since its upload on youtube on Monday, someone’s certainly been checking it out! If you haven’t, you can listen below. It’s a genuine belter, and is guaranteed to be all over radio approaching its release in late August.

Read the full story here.

By Cine ▪ Filed In: Articles,Interviews

Wednesday, 23-07-2014 @ 21:36 @ No Comments

Frontman reveals he returned to his roots to pen tracks from latest album No Sound Without Silence

Script singer Danny O’Donoghue was in Dublin today to give a sneak peak of the band’s new album. And the 33-year-old revealed he’s spent a lot of time back home in his old bedroom while perfecting the record.

Danny said: “The new album is called No Sound Without Silence and it will be released on September 12. The first single is Superheroes which will be released on August 29.”

With the success of the last album the band have been in big demand – but Danny took time off to look after his mum who is currently recovering from a brain aneurysm. Although some of the album was recorded in Dublin, a lot of it was done in the back of a tour bus where the band created a special studio to use their time wisely on the road.

Danny said: “We just went on tour – we did a bit of touring with Train in America and then more recently One Republic. We wanted to take the energy of The Script live and pour it into the album. We thought it would be an interesting thing to do and there’s 23 hours in the day when we are not playing and causing murder with each other.”

Read the full interview here.

By Cine ▪ Filed In: Interviews

Wednesday, @ 21:25 @ No Comments

The Script are set to launch new single Superheroes on August 31, but before all that they revealed the inspiration behind the track, among other things.

By Cine ▪ Filed In: Interviews,Videos

Wednesday, @ 15:46 @ 1 Comment

Yesterday morning Mark was interviewed by The Atom Smasher Show on Mix 96.5, where he talks about his wife and kids, and The Script new single, Superheroes.

By Cine ▪ Filed In: Interviews