Weird Naked Indian
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Weird Naked Indian

Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom | Established. Jan 01, 2008 | INDIE

Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2008
Band Folk Indie

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"Weird Naked Indian is the finest thing to come out of Port Talbot since Michael Sheen" - Tom Robinson


"I love Weird Naked Indian's raw energy" - Joan Armatrading


Grass by Weird Naked Indian - BBC Introducing in Wales demo of the week. - Adam Walton


“Weird Naked Indian have a unique style and big sound” - Owen Davies


"Weird Naked Indian offer up a crashing together of rock values and acoustic brilliance. A mixture that excites and soothes in one satisfying swoop." - Aaron Phillips


“Wow, incredible song craft, passionate execution, Weird Naked Indian lack nothing. Rich melodies, stomping beat and captivating charm.” - DJ Alli-Cat


Discography

Weird Naked Indian Summer EP - Weird Naked Indian (2012)
Local Talent - Various Artists (2012)
Hooks And Labels - Weird Naked Indian (2010)
Weird Naked Indian EP - Weird Naked Indian (2010)

'Safe' - BBC Radio 6Music, Amazing Radio, Nation Radio
'Believe' - BBC Radio2, Nation Radio
'Self Destruct' - Amazing Radio, Nation Radio
'Lies' - Amazing Radio, Nation Radio
'Grass' - BBC Introducing Demo of The Week - BBC Radio Wales, Nation Radio
'Moving Curtains' - The Gospel of Us Soundtrack
'Home Is Where The Heart Is' - The Passion Soundtrack
'Ten And Out' - Pizzaman Soundtrack, Nation Radio

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Bio

Weird Naked Indian are the indie, folk-rock trio of David Dale, Conor Doig and David Holland from South Wales. Weird Naked Indian were commissioned by Michael Sheen to write the anthem 'Home Is Where The Heart Is' for his legendary production of 'The Passion'.

WNI have played alongside Manic Street Preachers, Paul Potts, Alt-J, and Joan Armatrading. Weird Naked Indian's first 2 EPs have been well received on iTunes and by BBC Radio 6 Music.

"Weird Naked Indian offer up a crashing together of rock values and acoustic brilliance, a mixture that excites and soothes in one satisfying swoop." - Aaron Phillips, Amazing Radio