The shoey meets pop-punk - these are the highlights from Neck Deep and Yours Truly’s stop at the Metropolis Fremantle in WA.
In a recent interview with Kill Your Stereo, vocalist Ben Barlow teased this new single.
Neck Deep vocalist Ben Barlow explains why the band had to write 2020’s experimental 'All Distortions Are Intentional' to get where they are now as their 2023 Australian tour approaches.
Get ready for five nights of pop-punk bangers.
This is Neck deep mate & they're far from shit!
"I have no time however for someone who just sees me as likes on their Instagram."
Swear not to shake it up.
Named after a line from the Crucial Dudes song, 'Boom, Roasted', UK's Neck Deep have been one of the fastest rising pop-punk act of recent years. Having only been a band for just over two years, they've since released two well-received EP's and a solid debut album, 'Wishful Thinking'. The quintet are set to make their second trip to Australia this September with US pop-punks, State Champs and local act, Sidelines. Killyourstereo.com recently chatted with lead singer, Ben Barlow about the upcoming tour, his thoughts on the band's rise, and supporting his heroes, Blink-182.
Apparently they were right, pop-punk will never die.
The buzz surrounding Neck Deep of late has been akin to a hornet's nest shattered with rocks. Jumping from strength to strength and touring alongside pop punk powerhouses like The Wonder Years and Real Friends, the UK five-piece will soon embark on their first tour of Australia alongside local trailblazers Trophy Eyes and Forever Ends Here. Bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans recently sat down with Killyourstereo.com to talk about the tour and the band's upcoming debut album, 'Wishful Thinking'.
A tantalising melting pop of modern pop punk.