Uncool rockers The Script

Irish rockers The Script insist they don't care if people think they are uncool and are proud of the fact they rarely get recognised

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Danny O'Donoghue

The Script's Danny O'Donoghue

The Script "don't care" about being cool.

The 'Breakeven' group insist they are more concerned about the music they produce than how their image is perceived by other people.

Frontman Danny O'Donoghue said: "To be honest, we don't care what anybody thinks of us. We left cool behind a long f***ing time ago. We did! To give honest and heartfelt music, you have to.

"The song is king. If you look after the song, the song will look after you."

The 'Man Who Can't Be Moved' group are also proud of the fact they are still able to go out in public without being recognised, despite achieving chart success in Europe, Australia and the US.

Danny added: "The industry is like, 'Let's blow this face up as big as it possibly can get.' Then bang - it blows up. But that's what we're proud of. We don't like the way we look. We're not an image-driven band, never have been.

"We're not a self-gratifying band either. We don't put our own image on our own albums just so people know it."

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