Watch the band discuss the forthcoming shows and new album All Distortions Are Intentional.
Neck Deep‘s The Peace & The Panic Tour is coming to you this October and now they’ve announced that As It Is, Real Friends and Woes will be joining them.
Pop-punk mavericks, Neck Deep continue their rise to the top of their genre as they release their anticipated third album The Peace & The Panic (out 18 August on Hopeless Records), which they’ll support with a run of headline shows across the UK. The Wrexham five-piece explore the highs and lows of life with the same major-league choruses.
Brighton-based pop-punkers As It Is released the follow-up to their 2015 debut record earlier this year. As the first band to be signed to US record label Fearless Records, the five-piece have had no trouble picking up fans across the globe. Check out their single Hey Rachel fresh off okay.
American emo-rock is coming to you courtesy of Real Friends. Influenced by the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Brand New and Taking Back Sunday, the band released their sophomore record The Home Inside My Head just last year.
Brand new pop-punk quartet Woes released their debut EP last year, with Seb Barlow (Neck Deep, ROAM, WSTR) helping them realise their vision in the studio. Get ready for high-energy, poppy hooks and delicate tunes with messages of hope and despair.
Here are those Neck Deep tour dates:
07 October – O2 Academy, Newcastle
08 October – O2 Academy, Glasgow
09 October – Rock City, Nottingham
11 October – UEA, Norwich
12 October – Great Hall, Cardiff
13 October – O2 Academy Brixton, London
14 October – O2 Apollo, Manchester
We’ve a few tickets left across the tour, so head over to Ticketmaster.co.uk.