The Irish band that has been slowly taking over America, The Script, refuse to use photographs of themselves for album covers. As much as we'd like to see lead singer Danny O'Donoghue giving us a brooding stare on the cover the singer recently confessed that the band had rather make an impact with their music than image.
You may or may not have noticed that their first two albums have not featured any photos of themselves, each sporting a quirky picture and they're adamant a disc will never feature a snap of them on the front.
O'Donoghue tells Britain's The Sun, "Nowadays a lot of bands are image-based – being in a scene, dressing a certain way. Their music seems to be second to their perfume lines and what they are. That's not what music is about."
Instead, they want you to focus on their music, "You won't find a picture of ourselves on the front of a CD – would you do that if you looked like us? We're not doing this for fame and self-gratification. We want to leave a legacy of songs, number ones, but also earn good money that will take care of our families."
What do you think?
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