Sound — 8
The Script's newest album release "Science & Faith" had the same distinctive sound as did their previous album "The Script". Like a vast majority of albums, several tracks aren't as catchy as the rest, but nonetheless, they are still high-quality songs. A select few tracks stood out to me such as their latest single "For the First Time", as well as: "Nothing", "Science & Faith", "If You Ever Come Back" and "Walk Away". These have a diverse yet related sound to each other and are very pleasant to the ears. Generally, the sound is similar to their first album, but with a twist that it sounds just as unique as it did back in 2008.
Lyrics — 10
Like in The Script, Irish singer Danny O'Donoghue let out his astounding vocals on each song and didn't let the band's fans down one bit. The lyrics are brilliant and make you want to sing your heart out with each word that O'Donoghue lets out. Only the script themselves could come up with such clever rhymes, ideas and metaphors. Taken as a whole, I wouldn't make any changes to the lyrics as they are outstanding and match their style perfectly without a single flaw.
Overall Impression — 9
I believe that the script has a lot more to offer, and they will never compare to other artists in a good way. Their sound is imaginative and unique, and can never get old. I find myself still listening to their first album at times even though I've heard it a thousand times. The catchiest songs I have already mentioned but there are a few more that are incredible. The only song I don't like as much as the rest is the first You Won't Feel a Thing, for some reason it just doesn't sound too great to me, whereas the rest of the tracks do. Overall, I recommend you listen to this album if you liked their previous albums, any of their songs or maybe looking for a change in music.