Artist Name: The Script
Song Title – The Last Time
The Script releases an amazing video for the song entitled ‘The Last Time.’
The song is a blend of a raw male vocal and driving instrumentation.
The Script delights with a remarkable performance.
The song is catchy and inviting while the video is pleasing.
The lyrics of the songs are rich.
The video switches between the narrative aspect and the performing aspect.
Growing up in Ireland, pianist Danny O’Donoghue and guitarist Mark Sheehan loved cutting-edge American pop and R&B, but they were also captivated by the power and drama of U2 and The Police.
First coming together as The Script in 2001, their self-titled 2008 debut album offered soaring rock anthems and tender ballads with an R&B edge, earning them hits on both sides of the Atlantic; later albums added hip-hop, Celtic folk, and dance-pop to the group’s driving, melodic sound. The Script will move you and groove you all at once on this funky, catchy, and uplifting collection.
The Script are one of the world’s most successful bands, with over 30 million records sold and multiple sell-out global tours under their belts.
The Irish three-piece have scored multi-platinum success across all five of their albums, four of which reached number 1 on the Official UK album charts, including Freedom Child, released on September 2017.
Freedom Child sees the band very much in the real world; presenting a collection of urgent, future-facing anthems that speak of both real-life events and real-time sonic adventurism. It’s The Script, standing up and standing strong, its title a reflection of the “whole new world we are in” and its songs demonstrate an energetic embrace of modern pop production.
On top of the UK and Ireland, The Script have a huge and immensely loyal following across the globe. Freedom Child stormed straight into the Top 10 on iTunes in over twenty countries. They also have a committed following in the USA where they have 4 x platinum-certified singles.
One of the world’s greatest live bands, they have sold over two million tickets across three hundred headline shows and sold out the legendary Croke Park stadium in their hometown of Dublin in a matter of minutes.