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Naked in Black!
Origin Maidenhead, England
Genres Alternative rock
Indie rock
Years active 2003–2007
Labels Despatches Records (2005–2006)
Spin (2006–2007)
Website [1] Official page]
Luke Roberts
Chloe Elliot
Steve Palmer
Dan Hipkin
Rich Hall

Naked in Black! were an English band active from 2003–2007,[1] who released three EPs, two chart[citation needed] singles and gained popularity through a leaked demo. They also played shows in England and Europe, and shared stages with bands such as This City, Tonight is Goodbye, and Kill The Arcade.

The band are considered one of the first of the current Home Counties scene of young bands using the internet along with a D.I.Y. approach to promote themselves and gain fans,[2][dead link] after receiving heavy press[citation needed] and internet attention during and following the independent release of their 2006 EP "Tell Everyone What You Saw Tonight",[3] and the leak of their 2007 "Summer Demos '07", an apparently accidental release which led to label attention in the US,[4] and sparked a series of events which eventually led to the band's decision to break up.[5][not in citation given] However Naked in Black! is still considered popular[citation needed] and the members' current projects (including Aunty Doubles and others) have been well received by fans of the band.[citation needed]

On 1 July 2008 the band's official myspace profile disappeared, leaving only a link to a new page, confirming Here Goes Everything as the title of the band's new project. This new page suggests that Here Goes Everything have not yet recorded, but the biography on the profile reveals that the band are in the studio.


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