Sony Music UK posted a video where Danny talks about his life in music and what influences him as a musician. Check it out:
The Script shot their video for No Good In Goodbye last week in Dublin Airport and below you can read a little more about it.
No Good in Goodbyes! Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue was dishing out free hugs to passengers flying from Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport
Passengers flying from Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport had an extra reason to feel upbeat leaving the capital this morning as Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue was dishing out free hugs to passengers.
The singer was waiting at departures in Terminal 2, holding a cardboard sign offering passengers ‘free goodbyes’.
Danny spent most of Sunday morning offering his services to shocked passers by who were more than a little bit stunned to see the pop superstar.
The stunt was part of a viral video that Danny hopes will accompany the release of the bands next single No Good in Goodbyes.
One on looker told EVOKE.ie: ‘I nearly lost my life when I saw him. I came up the escalator in terminal two and there he was, standing there offering free goodbyes. I’m a huge fan so I went straight in for a big hug and he was lovely. Hundreds of people did the same. It made my Sunday morning.’
The Script launched yesterday the official lyric video for their brand new single, No Good In Goodbye.
Dublin trio The Script are down under to celebrate the release of their fourth studio album No Sound Without Silence, and the boys dropped by Take40 to talk Ryan Tedder, the key to success, and Evil Bono with Ash London!
Responsible for hits such as ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’, ‘Hall of Fame’, and ‘Breakeven’, Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power played a special show in Melbourne for the Beck Caulfield Guineas Day, and you can watch their chat with Ash by clicking on the image below.
BBC Children in Need appeal night is almost upon us, with an evening of entertainment in aid of good causes set for Friday 14th November 2014.
This year’s show will once again be broadcast live from the home of EastEnders, Albert Square. It will be packed with big name guests and show-stopping performances, including Irish rock, pop band ‘The Script’, who will be performing live in The Queen Vic!
The One Show’s Children in Need special BBC One, 7.00pm – 7.30pm
BBC Children in Need BBC One, 7.30pm – 10.00pm
BBC Children in Need BBC Two, 10.00pm – 10.35pm
BBC Children in Need BBC One, 10.35pm – 2.00am