QUENTIN TARANTINO directed The Darkness‘ performance on a US TV show last night.
The Oscar-winning ‘Kill Bill 2’ man was the guest director on the ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ show in Los Angeles last night (April 20) where The Darkness performed ‘Growing On Me’ .
Several hundred fans lined Hollywood Boulevard for hours to gain entry to the late night chat show at El Capitan Theatre.
In-between Tarantino-style scenes of blood and gore, the band also found time to chat with Kimmel about working with Tarantino.
“(We’re) big fans, big fans, yeah. He’s a legend in England,” guitarist Dan Hawkins told him.
Singer, Justin Hawkins, and bassist, Frankie Poullain, were also keen to talk about their idiosyncratic dress sense.
“We’ve gone for a…it’s a fusion,” Hawkins laughed, wearing leather pants and suede chaps.
“There are no words to describe it. It’s something that’s very hard to categorise and put in a niche,” bassist Frankie Poullain added.
The band also announced the second leg of their US tour, which will begin in Boston on May 31.