The Script are back at the top of their game with their new album ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’. The album shot straight to #1 in the UK and has over 49 million streams already, a triumph that means that five of the band’s six albums have now topped the charts. And in Ireland they’ve achieved something bigger still, as ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ ensured that all six of their albums have entered the charts at #1.

Their new single ‘Run Through Walls’ captures the strident melodies and heartfelt emotions that have come to be hallmarks of The Script’s arena-filling sound.

“This one’s a hyper-personal song,” explained frontman Danny O’Donoghue in Apple Music’s Editors’ Notes“Earlier this year, I lost my mum. She passed away on the 8th of February. We buried her on Valentine’s Day, the same day we buried my father, 12 years to the day. I guess the comparisons are eerie, but when you’re going through a very rough time like that, there’s only one thing that’ll get you through that, and that’s your friends and family. I know now who my friends are, and I now know what the importance of life is; everything came into very sharp focus. It’s an open love letter to those people who go above and beyond for people who are in need.”

2020 is also shaping up be a phenomenal year for the Irish trio. In February they commence a major arena tour spanning the UKIreland and Europe in which two nights in Dublin and one show in Belfast are already sold-out. They’ll hit the road again in the summer with a mixture of huge outdoor gigs and major festivals sets throughout Europe, including one of the biggest moments of their career when they headline the Irish Independent Park in Cork.

Any remaining tickets are available from and

The dates are:


20th – UK, Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena

21st – UK, Leeds, First Direct Arena

22nd – UK, Manchester, Arena

24th – UK, Bournemouth, International Centre

25th – UK, Brighton, Centre

26th – UK, Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

28th – UK, Birmingham Resorts World Arena

29th – UK, London, The O2


3rd – UK, Belfast, SSE Arena (SOLD OUT)

5th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena

6th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena (SOLD OUT)

7th – Ireland, Dublin, 3Arena (SOLD OUT)

9th – UK, Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

10th – UK, Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

12th – UK, Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

13th – UK, Aberdeen, P&J Live Arena

14th – UK, Newcastle, Utilita Arena

16th – Germany, Cologne, Palladium

17th – Denmark, Copenhagen, TAP1

19th – Belgium, Brussels, Forest National

20th – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome

21st – Netherland, Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome


23rd – Portugal, Porto, North Music Festival


19th – UK, Newmarket, Racecourses

20th –Netherlands, Groningen, Stadspark Live

23rd – Ireland, Cork, Irish Independent Park

26th – Netherlands, Brouwersdam, Concert At Sea

27th – Denmark, Thisted, Thy Rock Festival


9th – Italy, Pistoia, Blues Festival

10th – Italy, Milan, Summer Festival

11th – Switzerland, Pratteln, Z7 Summer Nights Open Air

17th – UK, Edinburgh, Castle

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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