Coming full force with their characteristic high-energy sound, four-piece Naked Sunday are here to blow up your speakers with their new track Vilified.
Naked Sunday – Vilified
Hailing from Staffordshire, this quarter has gone through several lineup changes since their inception, settling with their current formation since 2018, which consists of Martin Stanyer (vocals/guitar), Laura Stanyer (bass/vocals), Alex Williams (lead guitar) and Liam Collins (drums).
And it was that same year when they had the opportunity to perform at the Rock and Blues festival in Derby, sharing the stage with well-known acts, including The Wildhearts, The Dead Daisies, and The Dan Reed Network, among many others.
But their live experience doesn’t end there because, in 2019, they played at the Teddy Rocks Festival along with some high-calibre acts such as The Darkness, Toploader, and The Zutons.
Aside from all this, their two songs, Lilith and Unbreakable, got featured in the award-winning film Tales of The Creeping Death. They also contributed music for the 2022 movie St Baptistes.
The newest addition to their robust catalogue Vilified is an explosive banger that will assault your senses. Starting at 100,000 miles per hour, Martin’s earthshaking scream, crushing drums, and wild riffage set the ideal tone for this composition, making you feel like you can take on the entire world by yourself.
This cleverly written piece illustrates the scenario of being unfairly vilified, eventually doing the same thing, and falling into a cycle of accusations, refusing to do the right thing. And as the song says: “No one wants to be the hero“.
“Vilified is a hard-hitting rock warcry.”
Vilified will be part of Naked Sunday’s upcoming 3rd album, a work that, despite not having a title or an official release date yet, already counts with some good hype due to the unquestionable skills of these four musicians.
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