With eyes locked on the dance floor, JORDAN ALLEN, are back to raid your local indie disco with their simmering latest single: Naked.
With sultry shades of Pulp, Friendly Fires and Foals, Naked is a hip-swinging and anthemic new addition to the Bolton band’s catalogue. Fitted-out with a chest beating chorus, a cocksure guitar strut and even a 90s Ibiza-inspired break down (yes really!), Naked is engineered to have you let-go your inhibitions and arrives as the band’s most sonically diverse and biggest sounding release to date.
Beyond the brave new stylings and its cheeky title (an in-joke of the band, its original working title was Without Any Clothes it would seem), there is of course Jordan’s unique turn of phrase and compelling bare-all lyrics that make stand him out from the pack.
The single arrives with apt cover art of an exposed heart as designed by emerging artist and friend of the band David Considine.
Much like their adventurous and most radio-played single to date, ‘Synchronised’, which received airplay across Radio X, BBC Introducing, XS Manchester and beyond, Naked shows that Jordan Allen are anything but a one trick pony.
Bristling with ideas and clearly hungry to show the world what they’re made of, the band will be taking their bold new material out to be consumed on the global stage as they line up their first international shows next month at Canadian Indie Week.
With their live show well-honed after some dates in front of big audiences on tour with The Bluetones and The Sherlocks this Autumn, the band will be giving it 110% in Toronto before returning home for their own headline UK live dates throughout November and December. See Full dates and details below.
They will perform at the Key Club in Leeds on December 5th.