Interview: Neck Deep on the brand new studio album

Watch the band discuss the forthcoming shows and new album All Distortions Are Intentional. 

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Neck Deep have released their fourth studio album album All Distortions Are Intentional. 

In the interview above, watch Ben and Sam from the band discuss what fans can expect from the new album and forthcoming tour.

The new LP promised to be the band’s most ambitious to date, readying the Wales-formed group for their headline UK run.

Touching on the themes of the album, frontman Ben explains in the interview above: “It’s conceptual, it’s not just me writing about my life or writing about the world around us. It is that, but tied up into a world with a story and characters. That’s definitely given us a new and fresh angle to work from.”

All Distortions Are Intentional was recorded at the prestigious Monnow Valley studios, located in the remote Wye Valley region of the band’s home country of Wales, and was produced by the Grammy Award-nominated Matt Squire. (Panic! At The Disco, Underøath, Ariana Grande, One Direction).

Check out the official visuals for Lowlife below:

Neck Deep - Lowlife (Official Music Video)

Forming as a side project in Wrexham, Neck Deep morphed into a full-time band in 2012 and it’s been a whirlwind ride since.

The band signed to Hopeless Records (Bayside, New Found Glory, Sum 41) shortly afterwards and they’ve released three albums on the label so far: 2014’s debut Wishful Thinking, 2015’s Life’s Not Out To Get You, and 2017’s The Peace and The Panic, which debuted at No.4 on the Official UK Albums Chart.

This past summer the band were invited by pop-punk legends Blink-182 to support them and Lil Wayne on a nationwide arena tour across the United States.

Neck Deep 2021 UK tour dates

31 March 2021 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
2 April 2021 – O2 Academy, Bristol
3 April 2021 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
7 April 2021 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
9 April 2021 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

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