James Barry, Andrew Frampton, Steve Kipner, Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan
Think that we can mention The Script as one of the biggest bands in the pop / rock genre right now. With their now four albums, they have not only topped various lists and received lots of radio time. No, think also that they delivered four very strong and well-crafted albums that deserve all the success they had.
This new album No Sound Without Silence is no exception and might even be the band's best album so far in their career. It's a fiendishly good collection of tracks and thinks that the first eight is single candidates without a doubt. The softer "Flares" and "Never Seen Anything" Quite Like You are pure hits such as the more up-tempo "No Good in Goodbye" and "Man on a Wire".
In the end, we get a couple more standard tracks prevents No Sound Without Silence from getting a perfect score, but overall this is a very good album.