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Hungover Shares Touring Tell-All With Neck Deep, Premieres New Record

Hungover is on the verge of the arrival of their eagerly-awaited sophomore album, When It Touches The Heart, Everything Resolves. The 11-track collection follows 2018’s acclaimed major label debut, Wilt. Across the new album, the three-piece unit emerges through a whirlwind of anthemic tracks, including their three previously released singles “Out Of Body,” “Shake It Off,” and “Reunion.” “When It Touches the Heart, Everything Resolves evolves the pop-forward rock sound we developed on WILT by exploring new sonic textures that call back to the artists that have informed us,” vocalist Marc Cortes shares of the three-piece’s new release. “You can… Read more »


Knuckle Puck Announces UK Tour Dates Ahead Of Neck Deep Show

Following the release of their latest full-length album, Losing What We Love, in October, Knuckle Puck has announced a string of tour dates in the UK alongside Shoreline.  The Chicago natives will head overseas for four tour dates ahead of supporting Neck Deep in London, UK, at Alexandra Palace. The band was also announced today for a performance at So What?! Fest in Fort Worth, TX, on June 1. Below, you can check out their announced touring schedule for 2024 thus far and get tickets to see Knuckle Puck perform here.   Tour Dates: More on Knuckle Puck: Ahead of their… Read more »


Neck Deep Drops “Dumbstruck Dumbf**k” Video, Shares Self-Titled LP

Today is a grand day for alternative album drops, and that includes the self-titled Neck Deep album, their fifth studio record. Their unapologetic, raw pop-punk skills on the record were teased with singles “It Won’t Be Like This Forever,” “We Need More Bricks,” “Take Me With You,” and “Heartbreak Of The Century.” Additionally, the band premiered their music video for “Dumstruck Dumbf**k” one day ahead of Neck Deep‘s release. The new cafe-themed music video sees the UK-based quintet highlight long-term love over uncertain lyrics. “Do you like who you are?/I really like who you are/I’m alright if you are/I think… Read more »


Neck Deep Drops Poignant New Single “We Need More Bricks”

UK rockers Neck Deep are getting us ready for their upcoming tour, with their new single “We Need More Bricks.” The track is will appear on their upcoming self-titled album, set to drop via Hopeless Records. One of the things that stands out in their new music is the message of fighting for what is right. Singer Ben Barlow says that the new song is the best the band has been, political-wise, “touching on everything from the monarchy, immigration, protest laws, and international wars. We find ourselves at a cross-section in the zeitgeist where bricks could be used to build… Read more »


Neck Deep Assures Us That “It Won’t Be Like This Forever” In New Video

Neck Deep is brightening up your Wednesday with a brand-new music video accompanied by some wise words in “It Won’t Be Like This Forever.” The band has been busy at work, having recently released singles “Take Me With You” and “Heartbreak Of The Century” as well. Directed and edited by Max Moore, whose previous clients include Knocked Loose, Spiritbox, and Code Orange, the music video opens with vocalist Ben Barlow trying to make paper airplanes on a roof. The camera perspective then follows Barlow’s paper planes through various scenes. Cranberry red and teal cover the backgrounds of many music video… Read more »


Neck Deep Announce More “Rain In July” Anniversary Shows

Neck Deep have announced more shows to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their iconic debut, Rain In July. The album was originally released in 2012 via We Are Triumphant Records and the record holds one of the band’s most loved tracks to this day, “Part Of Me (Feat. Laura Whiteside)“. Last month, Neck Deep toured Rain In July and A History of Bad Decisions throughout the United States with support from Real Friends. It only makes sense that the band would return overseas to bring the experience to the United Kingdom. Earlier this year, frontman Ben Barlow shared some… Read more »

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