Welsh pop-punkers Neck Deep have unveiled details of a show at Hanger 34 in Liverpool on Friday May 24th.
There are few names in modern pop-punk that inspire louder cries of adulation than the Welsh boys Neck Deep, and there are few announcements that inspire bigger shrieks of delight than the news of an intimate show. This one is sure to sell out sharpish
It’s been close to two years since their last record, The Peace and the Panic, an album hailed by press and fans alike as a maturation of the band’s defining sound, even as it retained their infectiously catchy choruses.
With three albums under their belt, the group have plenty of other fan favourites to choose from, including the tender heartbreak of ‘December’ and the more pummelling ‘Gold Steps’. Expect a blend of new and old material alike.
The 1000 cap merseyside venue promises a far closer and sweatier look at the band and given their already riotous live reputation — they won best live act at the APMAs just a few years back — this is shaping up to be an unmissable set.