The Script: "Writing Lyrics Is A Cheap Form Of Therapy"
7 December 2012, 13:29
The 'Breakeven' singer says the band will continue to write about matters close to their heart.
The Script singer Danny O'Donoghue has revealed that writing lyrics for the band is like a "cheap form of therapy".
The 'Hall Of Fame' star said the band's fans can expect the group to continue writing about experiences in their lives and also opened up on his love life.
"You can always expect The Script to be writing about what's going on in our lives," the Irish star revealed.
Speaking about his current dating status, the Voice coach admitted he is very much single.
"I split up with my long-term girlfriend and that happened to fall in the period where we were writing an album," he said. "I'm still single and I tend to fluctuate between being in a relationship, going out of one, being in a relationship, going out of one."
The star most recently linked to The Voice contestant Bo Bruce but admitted their was no truth to any of the reports.
Meanwhile, The Script will head to London's O2 Arena this weekend for the Jingle Bell Ball 2012.
The trio will be on a line-up which includes the likes of One Direction, Cheryl Cole, The Wanted and US stars such as Pink and Bruno Mars.