With A Woman

Album: Hot Cakes (2012)
  • Frontman Justin Hawkins took a long time to write the lyric for this song. Guitarist Dan Hawkins explained: "This was a backing track without vocals for ages. We were waiting. And waiting. And waiting. It was the last song on the album to be completed, but he finally pulled it out of the bag. Pressure's good for Justin. He's a big-game player."
  • The song's music video is a high-school love story homage to the MTV clips of the '80s, and also acts as a prequel to The Darkness' previous visual for "Everybody Have a Good TIME."
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