Hitmakers: The Darkness reveal the story behind I Believe In A Thing Called Love

Dan Hawkins (guitar): At that time, we were rehearsing in crappy places across London, but we didn’t have much money to do it, so we used to play in each other’s bedsits.

On that day it was at mine and Frankie’s flat in Hampstead. We used to write on acoustics, then amplify it. We were sat round a table trying to come up with world-beating rock songs.

In my head, it went something like us trying to write the ...

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