Posted on: May 19th, 2018 7:58 am
In a follow-up to the Irish trio’s highly praised sophomore album, Science and Faith, the bands latest album #3 hit stores on Sept 10, 2012. The album’s much anticipated first single “Hall of Fame” made its premiere during the Today Show’s Olympic broadcast, to rave reviews.
Featuring will.i.am, Black Eyed Peas member and Danny’s co host on The Voice UK, the inspirational anthem shines both lyrically and musically. The song’s official video has already gained nearly 3 million views on Youtube.
#3, The Script’s third album in just 4 years, may be the bands most “personal” album yet – with emotionally charged songs like “6 Degrees of Separation,” “If You Could See Me Now,” and the UK #1 hit “Hall of Fame.”
No strangers to success, the band’s first album, self titled: The Script, was referred to by Timothy Powell of the BBC as “fresh, vital and ferociously good.” Featuring the hit singles “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” and “Breakeven” the album spent eight weeks in the top ten, was the twelfth best selling album in the UK in 2008, and the 198th best-selling album in 2010 in the USA.
The Script’s second album, Science and Faith, debuted at #1 in the UK selling 70,816 copies in its first week, and at number three on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 49,000 copies. The album has sold 314,000 copies in the US, and over 1.5 million worldwide. “For the First Time” became the bands first #1 single with well over 1 million downloads.
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