Barenaked Ladies Debut ‘Navigate’ Music Video

Barenaked Ladies are getting back to their roots.

In a brand new performance video, the iconic Canadian band strips down “Navigate” from their 2017 album Fake Nudes.

The new video is in honour of a special digital-only extended EP, Fake Nudes: Naked, featuring acoustic versions of the tracks on BNL’s 15th studio album.

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“’Navigate’ is about connecting to nature. Reinforcing, despite all of our technology and modernity, that connection to the wild, and beautiful places that ground us to this planet,” lead singer Ed Robertson said in a statement of the remastered track. “It’s also about the comfort that comes from knowing you can survive there. You have the skills to shelter, and care for another in those places. It’s a great feeling. Getting lost in the woods is not my worst nightmare… it’s something I always look forward to.”

The video was directed by Canadian director Edward Pond.

In addition to the new video and album, Barenaked Ladies will embark on a world tour with Hootie & The Blowfish, hitting Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on August 29.

Fake Nudes: Naked is available to stream now.

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