Naked Six live with Temperance Movement on sold out UK tour

“Naked Six never failed to excite me. They really mean it, they’re the real deal” – Jericho Keys, BBC Introducing (record of the week)

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Naked Six are an exciting new two-piece band based in York that bring a unique blend of alternative rock, grunge, schizoid blues, fused together with a post punk attitude. Delivering high octane, contemporary edged rock, Naked Six’s electrifying live performances to date have seen the band making a name for themselves and firing up audiences with their powerful songs and compelling lyrics.

Currently touring with The Temperance Movement on their sold out UK tour this November, Naked Six are carving a deep groove and earning their stripes as new torchbearers of the British modern rock scene. The duo’s latest single, ‘Broken Fairytale’, is now available to stream and buy.
Seb Byford (vocals/guitars) and Tom Witts (drums) say, “This is our first tour, and we couldn’t be happier with the way things are going at the moment. The Temperance Movement are a class band to be on the road with, and we’ll be relishing sharing the stage with them every night. “

“’Broken Fairytale’ is about how I feel”, explains Seb, “a lot of guys these days are afraid to show or let loose their emotions and how there’s a lack of care for the people and things going on around us. It’s a beautiful world we live in but a very cruel one too. We didn’t expect much when releasing it at first but it’s had a great response so far and we’re over the moon at how it’s resonating with music fans.” 

Naked Six’s latest single ‘Broken Fairytale’s is available to stream/download now.

“These guys are constantly drawing in the crowds…they really won’t be playing small venues for long as stadiums beckon.” – Simon Pattinson, Northern Radar  

“They ripped that tiny stage at The Social to bits, those heavy pounding riffs echoing throughout the venue. It’s neo-punk rock, with grunge and garage vibes chucked into the mix too, full to the brim with Hendrix/ Zeppelin-esque grit.” Indie Underground “Top 5 Live Discoveries of 2017 (so far…)” 

Naked Six live with The Temperance Movement

6th Nov – Chester, Live Rooms (sold out)
7th Nov – York, Crescent (sold out)
8th Nov – Hull, Fruit (sold out)
9th Nov – Stoke, Sugarmill (sold out)
11th Nov – Leicester, Dryden Street Social (sold out)
12th Nov – Wolverhampton, Nac (sold out)
14th Nov – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach (sold out)
15th Nov – Plymouth, The Hub (sold out)
16th Nov – Brighton, The Haunt (sold out)
17th Nov – Colchester, Arts Centre (sold out)
19th Nov – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms (sold out)
20th Nov – London, Borderline (sold out)
21st Nov – Dover, Booking Hall (sold out)

Naked Six live:

25th Nov – Leeds, Kazoopa Festival
26th Nov – York, Fulford Arms
8th Dec – London, The Lock Tavern
16th Dec – Manchester, The Castle Hotel


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