MK indie rockers Naked Next Door release new EP Swerving Out Wide

Indie quartet Naked Next Door have released their new EP which features five new tracks and one stripped-down fan favourite.

Monday, 25th May 2020, 1:36 pm
Updated Tuesday, 26th May 2020, 7:06 pm
Naked Next Door's new EP, Swerving Out Wide, is out now.

Indie-rockers Naked Next Door have released their new EP Swerving Out Wide.

The Milton Keynes four piece recorded the record at the end of last year and it features five new songs and a stripped-down version of a fan favourite.

It was recorded, produced and mixed by Larry Hibbitt (Seagirls, Bloxx, Nothing But Thieves) and is out now via Honest Records.

Swerving Out Wide features new single Halo and opening track Save It – another previous single.

Talking about Halo, frontman Euan Emerton said: “It was written with a person in mind that I have always admired as being strong and it was almost like my way of saying it doesn't matter if you don't get everything right, I'll be here no matter what.

“I could see they were under a lot of pressure at the time and I always felt they handled it better than I would, and that's why I wrote the song."

The EP also features the tracks Truth Is, Noise and Lying To You as well as a striped down version of Not Much Of Me.

Singer and guitarist Emerton is joined in Naked Next Door by bassist Corin Schenks, drummer Callum Petchey and guitarist Tommy Woodward.

The band came together three years ago as teenagers and their vast sounding full-hearted songs brimming with gritty high-spiritedness have led to a rapidly growing fan-base and sell out hometown shows.

Swerving Out Wide follows the EP Stuck in My Mind which was released in 2019.

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