The Naked And Famous- April 4, 2011



Our Artist of the Week is a new, exciting band called The Naked and Famous. Created in New Zealand, this five-piece band recently produced their first album “Passive Me, Aggressive You,” in the fall of 2010.  Their sound resembles that of Passion Pit, with their falsetto vocals and synths, but TNAF makes their music unique by adding a more mellow aspect as evident in their hit single, “Young Blood.”  The indie group’s hit also reached #1 on the New Zealand music charts. The Naked and Famous are now touring and entertaining fans all over the world. The Lone Scientists are excited to feature The Naked and Famous this week and show you guys all their cool new music.

-Lone Scientists

The first song of the week is “Punching In a Dream.”  It’s really catchy and fun to listen to.

“Punching In a Dream” by The Naked and Famous

Happy Tuesday! Lend your ear to some Naked and Famous today with their track “Youngblood” Enjoy!

“Youngblood” by The Naked and Famous

In honor of the great sunny weather today, take a listen to this track called “The Sun.”

“The Sun” by The Naked and Famous

We got another great track for everyone today! Make sure to take a listen to “Eyes”

“Eyes” by The Naked and Famous

Friday’s finally here. To celebrate, enjoy this grooving track, “All of This.”

“All of This” by The Naked and Famous

Take some time on this Saturday to listen to some The Naked and Famous. Perhaps “Frayed”. Enjoy!

“Frayed” by The Naked and Famous

We’ll end the week with the last track, “Spank.”  Thanks for listening!

“Spank” by The Naked and Famous

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