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The Script partner with charity A Sense Of Home on powerful new video 'Arms Open'


Sat, Dec 2nd 2017 10:10 am
The Script have revealed a special video for their new single "Arms Open" from their latest album "Freedom Child." The emotional video, directed by Frank Borin, was made in partnership with the charity A Sense Of Home and features real-life stories and footage of people helped by the nonprofit organization (watch here). Learn how to support the cause, share the video and donate at http://asenseofhome.org/donate.
"For us, this is more than just a music video. Like the song itself, we wanted to reach out to as many people as possible - people who have been less fortunate in life - giving them a platform to tell their stories," said Danny, Mark and Glen of The Script. "On researching the ideas for the video, we came across so many charities, and while they are all doing such great work, we were immediately inspired by A Sense Of Home and wanted to show support and build awareness. This organization offered a real solution that could be rolled out across the world, particularly in Ireland, where this problem is so prevalent. Share it wide and share it proud with arms open."
"A Sense of Home is honored to collaborate with The Script on this pioneering music video for their inspired ballad 'Arms Open.' We hope and trust it will bring understanding to all of those in need of a loving embrace from community and bring us all more connected to one another," said Georgie Smith, founder and executive director of A Sense Of Home
The Script is one of the world's most successful bands and has sold over 30 million records. The Irish three-piece have scored multiple RIAA Platinum albums, four of which were No. 1 in the U.K., including their current record, "Freedom Child." The Script also picked up a huge following in the U.S., where they have four-times Platinum-selling singles and sold-out tours under their belt.
A Sense Of Home is a community-based solution for creating homes for aged-out foster youth. The charity brings together volunteers to serve as a family would - utilizing donated furniture to make the youth's first permanent living space beautiful - giving them dignity, self-worth and pride. In the process, the organization acts as extended family to the transitioning youth, providing practical and emotional support, as well as professional connections they might not already have. For more information, visit http://asenseofhome.org/about/.

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