The Script have teased a potential collaboration with tour buddy Tom Walker.
Danny O'Donoghue and co were supported by the 'Leave A Light On' hitmaker on their US tour in 2017, and the Irish band have said they'd like to have Tom work on a song with them.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with SEAT at The O2 in London at the weekend, Danny said: "He [Tom] was literally just in our dressing room a few minutes ago.
"Yeah - he's cool."
Heaping praise on the BRIT Award-winner for being down to earth and "genuine", he continued: "He's honestly the genuine article, he's a really good guy and we've toured together a lot."
The 'Hall of Fame' hitmakers - who recently earned their fifth UK number one with sixth studio album 'Sunsets & Full Moons' - also spilled that there are many "rock and roll" tales from their time touring with Tom - though they are keeping tight-lipped on what went down.
Danny said: "We've got some rock and roll stories there you can ask him about!"
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Quizzed on the "stories", guitarist Mark Sheehan said: "We will never tell you!"
And drummer Glen Power quipped: "Can't you see our angelic faces?
"So angelic the three of us, look! Butter wouldn't melt."
Danny joked: "We nearly hid our faces when we saw him.
"It was like, 'Oh no!'
"Here's the guy with all the stories, he knows where the bodies are hidden!"
Mark concluded: "He buried them, that's the problem!"