We’ve been waiting for over two long years, but the wait is finally over! Sunsets & Full Moons is finally here! It’s The Script’s sixth studio album, their first since Freedom Child was released in September 2017.
Sunsets & Full Moons includes nine new, original songs from The Script. The first single off the album, “The Last Time” was released in September, followed by “Something Unreal” which was released for streaming on November 1.
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— the script 🌄🌑 (@thescript) November 6, 2019
The Script, comprised of Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power, wrote and recorded this album on the heels of an extremely emotional couple of years in their personal lives. They put those emotional ups and downs into their music and produced, what they hope will be an album that people can relate to.
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If we’ve learned anything from The Script’s previous albums, it’s that they pour everything they have into their music. Their experiences become listener’s experiences, they are not afraid to share everything with their fans, which is one of the many reasons their fanbase has stuck by them, and grown exponentially over their last decade of making music together. Their music helps listeners heal when they’re in pain, smile when they’re in need of something good in their lives and more than anything else, it’s music that everyone can relate to in one way or another.
The Script have announced a few signings this weekend to celebrate the release of the album.
You can get your signed copy of Sunsets & Full Moons by visiting The Script’s Official Website. When you visit their website, you can also sign up for your chance to win a trip to Dublin to see The Script live and watch their soundcheck, no purchase necessary!
The album is also available to stream on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Music. Don’t forget that The Script are also headed out on tour in early 2020! Make sure to keep up to date on the tour, album signings and band updates by following The Script on Twitter as well as Danny O’Donoghue‘s personal Twitter account.