Earlier this week, Neck Deep took teased that some big news was coming soon, And they sure didn't lie. Thursday, Feb. 13 announced that they added a new member and launched an official app.

The newest member of the band is Seb Barlow and if that sounds familiar it's because it is. Seb is the brother of Neck Deep frontman Ben Barlow and has worked with Neck Deep a ton in the past.

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Turns out, the announcement was a sorta brand new member and an official app.

Seb Barlow has contributed to the band quite significantly in the past. Seb has produced, written for and mixed songs for them since day one. Most recently, he mixed and mastered "She's a God."

In regards to the new app, there is a whole host of features that it includes. Upon arrival, it invites you to an event called Sonderland. Sonderland takes place Feb. 28 and Feb. 29 of this year at Camden Stables, London, UK. Exactly what it is, fans have no idea.

Sonderland might be an album release or a live show or some other random thing. Who knows? The band has remained silent on what it could actually be. Check out some photos of the Neck Deep app below.

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Neck Deep

[Photo via Neck Deep][/caption]Very prevalent in this new Neck Deep look is the below image they shared on their Instagram.

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Previously, Neck Deep dropped two b-sides from their album The Peace And The Panic onto a mini EP, cleverly titled The Peace And The B Sides.

Neck Deep released two EPs before signing with Hopeless Records in 2013. They released their debut album, Wishful Thinking the following year. The Peace And The Panic was the highly anticipated follow-up to their second full-length album Life’s Not Out To Get You. 

Since The Peace And The Panic, Neck Deep released a cover of “Torn” by Natalie Imbruglia for Songs That Saved My Life via Hopeless Records. They also released a music video for their track “She’s A God,” and a cover of blink-182‘s “Don’t Tell Me It’s Over.”

The pop-punk band spent most of 2019 opening for blink-182 and Lil Wayne on their North American tour. Neck Deep took to Instagram to announce that they will be taking the rest of 2019 off, they will be back in 2020 and will be playing at Rock For People.

Exactly what Sonderland is, we hope to find out very soon. Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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