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Naked Eyes

Naked Eyes is best known for their first single, a new romantic inspired cover of the Burt Bacharach / Hal David standard “(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me” (Bacharach himself has cited the cover as a personal favourite). It peaked at #8 in the US, but it only achieved a peak of #59 in the UK. The song had reached number one in the U.K. in 1964 for Sandie Shaw. Some versions of this track (including that of Naked Eyes) have the word “(There’s)” dropped from the title: “Always Something There To Remind Me”.

Their second and third singles, “Promises, Promises” and “When The Lights Go Out”, were also hit singles. However, their second album, ‘Fuel For The Fire’, and its related single, “(What) In The Name Of Love”, were not as well-received and the group broke up soon after its release, finding their work somewhat lost in the shuffle of the ever evolving synthpop scene.

Naked Eyes was a British synthpop band popular in the 1980s. The duo is known for their singles: a cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David standard "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me" (Bacharach himself has cited the cover as a personal favourite[citation needed]); and their subsequent hit "Promises, Promises".
Naked Eyes consisted of childhood friends from Bath, England: Pete Byrne on vocals and Rob Fisher on keyboards
Fisher died 25 August 1999 from complications following stomach surgery
the Naked Eyes version of "Always Something There To Remind Me" was used in the trailers of the Vince Vaughn/Jennifer Aniston hit comedy The Breakup.

80's Hits

Always Something There to Remind me
Promises, Promises


Promises, Promises

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