The Irish soft rock band debuts their latest single via their new music video which they shot in London.
Irish pop-rock band The Script premieres their brand new music video "Millionaires", the latest cut from their third studio album "#3". It is also the fourth single to be released from their current LP which topped the Irish charts and peaked at No. 2 in the U.K. in the last quarter of 2012.
Shot by the band in London, the clip features a lot less of the members, Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power than what fans would hope to see. Most of the footage features a group of friends who head out to the pub to basically just to hang out.
Perhaps the trio want their fans to focus more on the music than on the visuals, as they roll out some pretty good lyrics. "They're kicking us out, saying it's time to close/ We're leaning on each other trying to beat the cold/ I carry your shoes and I give you my coat/ We're walking these streets like they're paved with gold."
"Millionaires" follows lead single "Hall of Fame", which features Black Eyed Peas' leader and record producer will.i.am. The other two tracks are "Six Degrees of Separation" and "If You Could See Me Now", a tribute song to O'Donoghue's father and Sheehan's mother, who died within months of each other while their sons worked on their debut album.
The Script's "Millionaires" music video