York based duo Naked Six dish up portions of alternative rock/grunge/schizoid blues with the punk attitude of the 70s.
With powerhouse songs and compelling lyrics to boot, they’ve already earned support from BBC Introducing, Northern Radar and Tony Visconti's Unsigned Heroes before even releasing first single, Can’t Trust The News.
Their high octane, electrifying live performances have created a buzz at festivals over the summer, and London dates have been buzz moments.
Right now, the band are playing up and down the county, and they are stoked about it.
"It's our first support tour so yeah we're pretty pumped, Temperance Movement are a great band to be on the road with as well, we can't wait to hit the stage," the band's Seb Byford said.
Unsurprisingly, tickets for The Temperance Movement with support from Naked Six at The Craufurd Arms on November 19 are sold-out.
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