The Darkness reveal all on their love of football

The rock band are promoting their fifth studio album, and spoke to Goal about their love of the sport

The Darkness are massive football lovers!

Perhaps best known for their breakout single 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love', the band, formed in 2000, are currently promoting their fifth album, Pinewood Smile, and have been talking to Goal about their love of all things football.

From lead singer Justin Hawkins admitting he would rather be a footballer than a musician, to Frankie Poullain believing that his mum was to blame for Scotland's awful 1978 World Cup campaign, no stone is left unturned.

Luckily for fans of the band, they were able to put FIFA down for long enough to complete their fifth studio album, which you can buy now.

Check out the videos below!


New album ‘Pinewood Smile’ is out now:

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