Will Scott's World Cup song be a winner?
Honiton musician Scott Phillips is bidding for a slice of World Cup action - by recording his own England song. Click here to see the video>>
Honiton musician Scott Phillips is bidding for a slice of World Cup action - by recording his own England song.
Come On Lads, performed under the pseudonym The Peaceful Hooligan, is now at the centre of a Facebook campaign to make it the England team's official World Cup tune. Scott, front man of Honiton-based Sweet Black Angels, plays football himself - for Offwell Rangers.
His grandad played for Leeds United and his third cousin, John Sillett, led Coventry City to FA Cup victory.
John's brother, Peter Sillett, represented England in the 1958 World Cup, alongside Honiton's own football hero Maurice Setter in the year that Pele made his World Cup debut for Brazil.
You may also want to watch:
You can listen to Come On Lads by clicking the link below.
- 1 PM had to be cautious on next step, says MP
- 2 East Devon showjumper on the Olympic shortlist
- 3 Deadline looms for to claim Brexit support funding
- 4 'Unmissable' music show a treat for Beehive audiences
- 5 Charity plant fair with plenty for gardeners and growers to enjoy
- 6 Baker's son who became one of Nelson's naval commanders
- 7 Farm opens gardens and wildflower meadows to support good causes
- 8 Moxey takes Gulls to the final
- 9 Afternoon of jazz and cream teas at Coldharbour Farm House
- 10 Virtual work experience programme for young people in region