Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock


band members

Steve Slik Nathan Stone Eddy Seagoon


Influences

The police, Nirvana , The Beatles, Black Sabbath, Red Hot Chilli Peppers


Unearthed artists we like

Doonie Way, Ocean Alley, STICKY FINGERS


Bio

Melbourne based band Naked Face, who’s refused to be pigeonholed or genre stereotyped, burst into the scene in the midst of a global pandemic, showing that they have created their own sound, where each song tells a story in a style of its own. They are a three-piece band spawned deep within the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, composed of Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steve ‘Slik’, Drummer Nathan ‘Stone’ and Guitarist/Vocalist Eddy ‘Seagoon’.

Back in 2017, Steve Slik met Nathan Stone in a band he had auditioned for, and their love and passion for music united the two to form a band of their own. In 2019 whilst seeking a guitarist, the band came across UK-born Eddy Seagoon who had recently moved from Sydney. After auditioning Ed, his unique vocal tone and playing style immediately cemented him into Naked Face.

In August of 2020, Naked Face released their debut single ‘Beach Punk’ during the height of COVID-19, instantly creating a global cult following of fans around the world, sending the song up to #1 on Triple J’s unearthed Punk, Rock, and Indie charts for over two consecutive weeks.

The Naked Face sound is a cauldron of Pop/Rock/Punk melodically driven high energy music. They live fast and play loud, with toe-tapping songs about separation, social alienation, self-doubt, neglect, betrayal, social and emotional, isolation, with a desire for freedom, and is catchy as hell!

Coming Home Music Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4Vr0idUknw

Coming Home Streaming Links:
https://nakedfaceband.streamlink.to/ComingHome

Socials
Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/nakedface2020/
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/nakedface2020

Email us: info@nakedfaceband.com

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

09 Apr 2021

Triple J
30

A bit like an Ocean Alley x Sting hybrid with that drearmy dub feel. But hello - how's the rocky change up out of left field?!

A bit like an Ocean Alley x Sting hybrid with that drearmy dub feel. But hello - how's the rocky change up out of left field?!