For Wrexham pop-punks Neck Deep, the trajectory of the last half decade has been, seemingly, one of unbridled success. Comprehensively the most successful British band in the history of their genre, and with an average age of just 23, they have risen – at a pace so head-spinning it nearly snapped necks – to become the zeitgeist capturing band of their generation and scene. They’ve scored Kerrang! and APMA awards along the way, completed two summer-long stints and Warped Tour to unprecedented crowds, worked alongside legends like Mark Hoppus of Blink-182and completed a 2016 headline world tour of their own which took in some 15 countries across four months and sold in excess of 52,000 tickets. 

Moreover, their second full-length album 'Life’s Not Out To Get You' smashed its way in to the top 10 of both the UK and U.S. album charts. It both catapulted the the band to the front of the pack and effortlessly captured the essence of what problem free young adulthood is all about in the way only truly great pop-punk can.

Earlier this year, Neck Deep announced the release of their third album, 'The Peace and The Panic' alongside bill topping appearances at the Slam Dunk Festival, the entire legendary Vans Warped Tour in the US and Reading and Leeds. The Peace And The Panic hit #2 in the USA and #4 in the UK (and went Top 10 in all other territories) and has already taken the bands total worldwide record sales to over 200,000 and given them over 70 million + combined Spotify Streams!

The Peace and The Panic Music Videos:
In Bloom - 1.2 million views
Motion Sickness - 868k views
Happy Judgement Day - 894K
Where Do We Go When We Go - 1.1 million views

Fast forward a couple of months to now in October and band have just wrapped up their biggest UK and Europe headline tour to date, boasting sell-out shows at the likes of London’s iconic o2 Academy Brixton and Manchester’s Apollo along the way and today announce brand new single Parachute!

The Neck Deep story is already undeniably a successful one, perhaps most impressively - it’s only three chapters in.

Neck Deep is Ben Barlow (vocals), Matt West (Guitar), Sam Bowden (Guitar), Fil Thorpe-Evans (Bass and vocals) and Dani Washington (Drums).

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