Seek Bromance Tim Berg
18 August 2012, 08:21
The band said they were "proud" when the Black Eyed Peas star agreed to work with them.
The Script have said they were honoured to work with Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am.
The band hooked-up with Will on the song 'Hall Of Fame' after Danny O'Donoghue and the 'This Is Love' rapper became friends on The Voice UK.
Speaking to The Sun, the group said they were "proud" to get Will.i.am to work with them.
The Script's Mark Sheenan added: "Will.i.am usually produces everything himself so we thought he was hardly going to let us produce him. But he did.
"He let us do it our way. There’s none of that vocoder stuff he's known for. We make him sound natural."
The Script and Will.i.am shot the music video for 'Hall Of Fame' in Los Angeles earlier this summer: (picture: Facebook)
'Hall Of Fame' is taken from The Script's new album '#3' and released next month as the first single.
Released on 10th September, '#3' boasts twelve tracks on the standard release, with several extras featured on the iTunes version including the original version of 'Hall Of Fame' without Will.i.am and four live performances from the band's concert at The Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland.