Currently in the thick of a six-week U.S. tour, and headed to Asia in November, The Script's Danny O'Donoghue, guitarist Mark Sheehan and drummer Glen Power sat down with The Hollywood Reporter to talk about the inspiration for their latest hit, "For the First Time," which didn't have as much to do with a relationship as it did with the recession in Ireland.
The Script on American Culture
THR's music editor Shirley Halperin asks The Script what they find peculiar about American culture.
The Script on Reality TV
If they were starting out today, would Irish rockers The Script try out for singing competition show on TV? And how do they see programs like TheX Factor and American Idol when it comes to kickstarting a career in music? The band's answer is telling.
The Script on the Perfect Pour of Guinness
Talk about culture shock: members of Irish trio The Script have often found themselves horrified at how some American bartenders serve their national drink. Which establishments raise the, er, bar, when it comes to pouring the perfect pint of Guinness? The band breaks it down.
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