Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech covers Incubus’ ‘Anna Molly’ in drum tutorial video – watch

The cover follows on from previous renditions of Foo Fighters and Coldplay

Chelsea footballer Petr Cech has uploaded another video of himself drumming along to a famous rock song.

Over the past few months, the Czech Republic goalkeeper has been adding clips to his YouTube channel, posting videos of himself covering the likes of the Foo Fighters and Coldplay. Now’s he has taken on ‘Anna Molly’ by Incubus.

Having previously described Foo Fighters as his “favourite band”, Cech said of this new cover: “People kept asking about the new drum cover , so i chose this Incubus song , because it is really fun to play and challenging for someone like me”. Watch below.


It isn’t the first time the goalkeeper has showcased his music skills, either. In 2013, Cech appeared on BBC’s Football Focus jamming with Queen’s Roger Taylor. He has also performed Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ live in concert.

Watch Cech covering Foo Fighters’ ‘Walk’ and ‘Clocks’ by Coldplay here.

Meanwhile, Radiohead and Portishead members are set to play as Heads United in a charity football match.

Portishead musician Geoff Barrow has put a team together with Radiohead drummer Philip Selway called ‘Heads United’. They’ve also set up a Just Giving page to raise money for the Mary Hare Foundation, a charity for deaf children.

The pair will represent their side at the Mary Hare Football & Food Festival in Newbury on April 25. Funds will go towards the Mary Hare School. Find out more information at the charity’s official website.


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