Yellow Tummy had a critically praised record that had produced a substantial dent in Canada when suddenly they disappeared through the music scene. Going for a extended hiatus, the band’s group of fans grew restless as the music group spread themselves slim working on various other tasks. But before all this, they were just a five-member pop band that drew through the cool rhythms and spectacular melodies that bandleader Brandon Foreman experienced in his indigenous Africa. Following the discharge of their eponymous debut in Canada, they discovered themselves gaining much critical pursuing as their record burned off the indie graphs. A tour with Barenaked Girls helped them gain even more exposure, but an evergrowing discontent along with his prior bandmembers led Foreman to reshape his lineup as he announced the hiatus in 1996. Unbeknownst also to him, the group wouldn’t reconvene for nearly five years, departing the music group a very much different beast when it returned jointly. Still, with Foreman’s assistance the band were able to build Naked…, a far more worldbeat-oriented record that showcased their mastery of jazz fusion and tribal rhythms.