Fronted by singer-songwriter, Drew Harris, and guitarist, Tim Campbell, the Naked Sun have been a staple of the Philadelphia music scene for the past 10 years. After spending the mid-aughts in the Baltimore, MD, eclectic and robust music scene, Harris moved home to his native Philadelphia to start a rock band with a little more edge than the folky “streetgrass” stylings of his previous bands (Cityslides, Red Sammy, Good Guise). Harris met Campbell when Harris answered an add looking for a female country singer. Harris met Tim at his South Jersey home to audition, and though he wasn’t quite what Campbell was looking for Harris won Campbell over with his songs. Soon the two formed a band, won the WXPN Beta Hi-Fi Festival and started playing shows and recording albums. Flash forward to today, Harris and Campbell are joined by Dylan Mulachy (Shark Tape) on drums, Tom Tusler (Claymation Horror Show) on bass, Alan Sheltzer on keys, and Bradley Moser on lead guitar. The Naked Sun is currently recording the follow up LP to their 2018 release, “War With Shadows,” and performing live around the Delaware Valley and beyond. The Naked Sun is for fans of Wilco and the War on Drugs, but the band brings a slightly more soulful and bluesy approach to the modern indie-rock style they have coined, “honest-rock.” Harris explains, “We make music for fans of records that require a little more from the listener, like, actually listening.” So listen up, the Naked Sun is probably your dad’s next favorite band!