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The Darkness Teaches Us How To YOLO With Banana Boat & Tractor In “All The Pretty Girls”

All the fun you can have in the Cornish shoreline.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Forget stadium-sized stages or even nightclubs – the way to have fun as a rockstar is during daytime at the beautiful Cornish shoreline in England. British iconic rockers, The Darkness, teaches us the new way to carpe diem in their new video “All The Pretty Girls.” We see the members giving a killing performance to a farmer and his two dogs, driving a tracker, riding banana boat, and playing tennis, all while wearing their glossy suits. Ironically enough, there are no females in the video despite the song’s title promising pretty girls. It’s a sausage fest. Literally:

“Dear People of the Internet. We have made this excellent video to distract you from the humdrum banality of existence. By looking at film of The Darkness preening and cavorting, you will be transported to an unattainable world of awesomeness. Furthermore, we recommend that you purchase our new record album, for which the above video serves as an amuse-bouche. Enjoy!” shared frontman Justin Hawkins, who is wearing a onesie.

“All The Pretty Girls” is from their upcoming new album Pinewood Smile, which will be out on October 6th. The band, who has already reached Grammy/platinum-selling status, has some show dates coming up this month and later this year. So hop on your tracker and go see them live:

Europe 2017 tour

8/4 – Skogsröjet (Rejmyre, Sweden)

8/27 – Rock the City (Bucharest, Romania)

10/13 – Dolans Warehouse (Limerick City, Ireland)

10/14 – The Academy (Dublin, Ireland)

10/15 – The Limelight (Belfast, UK)

11/3 – Razzmatazz 2 (Barcelona, Spain)

11/4 – Ochoymedio (Madrid, Spain)

11/5 – Kafe Antzokia (Bilbao, Spain)

11/8 – Alcatraz (Milan, Italy)

11/9 – Orion (Ciampino, Italy)

11/10 – Vox Club (Nonantola, Italy)

11/12 – Simm City Festsaal Zentrum Simmering (Vienna, Austria)

11/13 – Technikum (Munchen, Germany)

11/14 – Columbia Theater (Berlin, Germany)

11/16 – Matrix (Bochum, Germany)

11/19 – Le Trabendo (Paris, France)

11/20 – Z7 Konzertfabrik (Pratteln, Switzerland)

11/23 – O2 Guildhall Southampton (Southampton, UK)

11/24 – Manchester Academy (Manchester, UK)

11/25 – King George’s Hall (Blackburn, UK)

11/27 – O2 Academy Leeds (Leeds, UK)

11/28 – O2 Academy Newcastle (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)

11/29 – O2 Academy Glasgow (Glasgow, UK)

12/1 – Victoria Hal (Stoke On Trent, UK)

12/2 – Rock City (Nottingham, UK)

12/3 – Norwich Nick Rayns LCR UEA (Norwich, UK)

12/5 – G Live Guildford (Guildford, UK)

12/6 – Margate Winter Gardens (Margate (UK)

12/7 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion (Westcliff On Sea, UK)

12/9 – O2 Academy Birmingham (Birmingham, UK)

12/10 – Eventim Apollo (London, UK)

12/11 – Brighton Dome (Brighton, UK)

12/13 – St David’s Hall (Cardiff, UK)

12/14 – Colston Hall (Bristol, UK)

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