The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue has teased that the band may begin making digital dance music.
The 42-year-old singer is greatest generally known as the lead singer of the rock band alongside Mark Sheehan and Glen Energy however has hinted that the boys may see a shift of their musical route as they head again into the studio 18 months on from releasing their best hits album ‘Tales from the Script’ in 2021.
He informed The Solar newspaper’s Weird column: “Since we did ‘Tales From The Script’, I really feel like that’s a full cease on that period. I’m absorbing music proper now. There are such a lot of superb individuals. If you’re profitable, it’s very exhausting to maintain your ear to the bottom. I’m within the studio with the boys on Monday and we’re stepping into with digital beat machines.”
In the meantime, the ‘For the First Time’ hitmakers are as a consequence of assist ‘So What!’ famous person P!nk later this 12 months when she involves the UK for her stadium tour over the summer season however Danny went on so as to add that outdoors of being on stage, he has been behind the scenes songwriting with the likes of ‘Britain’s Bought Expertise’ star Calum Scott and varied Irish bands equivalent to Image This.
He added: “I’ve been in with Calum Scott and numerous Irish bands like Image This. I’ve had a couple of individuals right down to the studio like James Morrison and Tom Walker.
I adore it. However the extra time I spend on different individuals, the extra I need to get again on the market myself.”