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NECK DEEP Release New Self-Titled Album Out Now

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Release New

Self-Titled Album

Out Now via Hopeless Records

Music Video for “Dumbstruck Dumbf**k”

Out Now

January 19, 2024 – UK rock band Neck Deep have released their highly-anticipated self-titled album via Hopeless Records. Featuring previous singles “We Need More Bricks”, “It Won’t Be Like This Forever”, and Take Me With You”, the band's fifth studio album encompasses everything Neck Deep have excelled at across their career, enhanced and dialed to eleven. From the bouncing bombast of “Dumbstruck, Dumbf**k” and the ripping intensity of “Sort Yourself Out”, to the poetic introspection of “They Don’t Mean To (But They Do)”, Neck Deep is an album that boasts a song for almost any occasion (including, in “Take Me With You”, the impending alien invasion).


We worked hard to get this album made, but we stayed true to ourselves and made the album that best represents us, from the ground up,” shares vocalist Ben Barlow on the new album. “We can’t wait for everyone to hear it and feel the same way we did, and to hear these songs sung back to us in a huge year of touring.”


“It Won’t Be Like This Forever” was added to Australia’s Triple J, marking the band’s first full add on the station. The album and other singles have recently been recognized by NPRRolling Stone, Grammy.com, Alternative Press, The Noise, New Noise MagazineSPIN, and other notable outlets.


Neck Deep Tracklist:

1. Dumbstruck Dumbf**k

2. Sort Yourself Out

3. This Is All My Fault

4. We Need More Bricks

5. Heartbreak Of The Century

6. Go Outside!

7. Take Me With You

8. They May Not Mean To (But They Do)

9. It Won’t Be Like This Forever

10. Moody Weirdo


Neck Deep will be hitting the road in the United States next week to celebrate the release of their self-titled album. Joined by special guests Drain, Bearings and Higher Power, the tour will be making stops throughout the country, kicking off on January 25 in Nashville and visiting Orlando, Seattle, Minneapolis, Boston, Brooklyn and more, before wrapping up in Chicago on February 25. Later in the year, Neck Deep will be appearing at When We Were Young in Las Vegas where they will be performing Life’s Not Out To Get You.


The band also recently announced a headlining show performance at the legendary Alexandra Palace – affectionately dubbed Ally Pally – in London on March 28 with special guests Knuckle Puck and Drain.


Tickets to all of Neck Deep’s upcoming shows are on sale now at https://www.neckdeepuk.com/tour


In the little over a decade since Neck Deep formed in the Barlow brothers’ spare room in Wrexham, Wales, a lot has changed. From the scrappy, naively hopeful beginnings that define the starting of so many teenage bands, the pop-punks have gone on to be one of British Rock music’s most successful global exports in recent memory: top 5 records in both the US and UK, global touring, viral hits and over a billion streams just some of the fruits of ten years spent mastering their craft.


But now, as the band stand on the brink of their fifth, self-titled LP, there’s an acknowledgement that the more things change, the more – in some ways at least – they stay the same.


This album is the sound of us knowing ourselves and knowing our ability,” explains frontman and youngest Barlow sibling Ben. “It’s unapologetically us. We’re professional songwriters now and we’ve really honed in on what we’re good at – but it’s also about having fun and enjoying writing these tracks. And there are those little sonic signatures in the mix that even I can’t really put my finger on that just make it Neck Deep. It happens when we get in a room together and it clicks - it’s us just doing our thing like we always have.”


For this record, the band, completed by Ben’s older brother and bassist Seb Barlow, guitarists Matt West and Sam Bowden and drummer Matt Powles, took ‘doing their own thing’ – and only their own thing – to the next level. Eschewing a keen list of collaborators and producers eager to work with one of rock’s hottest properties and choosing, instead, to write and record in their own warehouse space, mere miles from where they grew up. Old school, just like it used to be.


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