The Script announce Dublin Castle homecoming

10524575_10152508467000399_1222932107910471574_nThe Script have announced an extra special homecoming show at Dublin Castle on the 13th September.

The show will take place the day after the release of their highly anticipated new album No Sound Without Silence and in one of Ireland’s most beautiful and unique locations.

On August 29th, The Script release their brand new single, the ultra-catchy Superheroes, which is blessed with an appropriate sense of sky-scraping uplift, and underpinned with crunchy guitar riffs. The video (view here) premiered earlier in the month and has already picked up over 1.8 million views. Superheroes is Top 5 in the UK radio airplay chart, and is already playlisted at Radio 1, Radio 2, Bauer and Capital FM.

The Script’s fourth album, No Sound Without Silence, is the sound of a band firing on all cylinders and channeling the momentum of their last, rocket-powered campaign. The trio of songwriters had so many ideas while touring last year, they were busting out of the specially built mobile recording studio they’d taken with them on the tour bus. They finished touring #3 at the end of last year, took a scant couple of weeks off, then quickly re-entered their studios in London and Dublin to begin work on the highly anticipated No Sound Without Silence.

The Script have scored a huge amount of success globally – they have sold over 20 million records, and all 3 albums have been multi-platinum throughout the world. Hall Of Fame, the lead single from last album #3, was a worldwide #1 single with over 5 million sales, 133 million Youtube views, and over 100 million Spotify plays. The Script have done especially well Stateside, where they have 5 Platinum singles and have sold over 1 million albums. Their #3 world tour spanned 11 months, and saw them play sold out arena shows in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia including 2 shows at London’s O2 Arena.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 22nd August and will cost €49.50 including booking fee. Tickets are limited to 4 per person and are available to buy from http://www.ticketmaster.ie.