Another song from the latest album, No Sound Without Silence, Army of Angels was famously written about how the band feels about their fans:
The first song on Science&Faith, The Script’s second album from 2011 is an uptempo song about unconditional love.
Right, so I cheated a tiny bit to include Superheroes from The Script’s latest album, No Sound Without Silence but a) it’s a really good song and b) X does not spoil us with many options! 🙂
The first ever Script song released displays the unique style of the band: they create a story with placing the pieces of the band together seamlessly. The song was born based on Mark’s idea, Danny’s guitar melody and Glen’s unusual drumming choice.
If You Could See Me Now was released from #3 in March, 2013. A very personal song, it talks about the effects of losing a parent (or both). Glen Power, the drummer of The Script said about the song:
I’ve chosen this line “The wonders of the universe are so near” from Howl At The Moon not only because it fits today’s letter but also because I didn’t want to leave this song out. It was released only as an extra on the itunes album of No Sound Without Silence but it’s a beautiful,…
The song describes the desperate actions of a heartbroken man who would do anything to get his lost love back. He vows to wait for her at the corner where they first met until she finds him again.
It was released as a single in 2012 November from The Script’s third album, #3.
We’re back to the first album with today’s song. As a bit of a rock fan (alright, a huge rock fan, I just seemed to have mellowed over the years) hearing this song was when I thought, there’s a band after my own heart! They play slow love songs, breakup songs, walk-away-from-shitty-men songs and here,…
The line is from the song Never Seen Anything Quite Like You which is a sweet love song from years down the line when you look at your partner and still see them as young and as beautiful as ever.