In anticipation for their upcoming second album, SLIGHTLY LEFT OF CENTRE have recently released their newest single ‘Naked’, along with a cheeky music video in a similar vein of Ok Go’s viral video for ‘Here it Goes Again’. WATCH HERE
‘Naked’ is an upbeat, electro-pop track that will compel listeners to dance along to their fitness-inspired antics. “Naked” follows in the footsteps of their previous album by seeking influence from Maroon 5 and Daft Punk, yet also showcases the band’s high level of musicianship as well as their tongue-in-cheek mentality.
Slightly Left of Centre’s last album sold in excess of 80, 000 units globally, received 1 million streams and had over 150, 000 downloads, paving the way for this highly anticipated single and video. The huge success of this album has created a global fanbase, eager for the next offering.
The band were grateful to have the opportunity to with with Steven Slate (Sting), CEO of LA based Slate Digital, who co-produced “Naked” in conjunction with Michael Pace (Vocals and Guitars) and Adam Spicer’s (Vocals and Keys) extensive studio production experience. Steven Slate is also a pioneer in the audio hardware/ software plugins for audio engineers worldwide and this relationship let to the track being showcased on an Audio Legends Mix Tutorial.