The Amazing Snakeheads: 'Politics and football don't belong in rock'n'roll' – watch

Band discuss life since the release of debut album 'Amphetamine Ballads'

Amazing Snakeheads' Dale 'Politics & Football Don't Belong In Rock 'N' Roll' Amazing Snakeheads' Dale 'Politics & Football Don't Belong In Rock 'N' Roll'

Video: Amazing Snakeheads' Dale 'Politics & Football Don't Belong In Rock 'N' Roll'

Dale Barclay of The Amazing Snakeheads has said that he doesn't believe politics or football have a place in rock'n'roll.

The frontman of the Scottish band made his claims during an interview with NME at this year's Great Escape festival in Brighton. See above to watch a video of the interview now.

Elsewhere in the interview, Barclay talks about life since the release of debut album 'Amphetamine Ballads', the addition of Andrew Pattie to the band, and getting tired of the 'angry music' label.

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