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Neck Deep return with their first new song in two years, “STFU”—watch
Neck Deep return with their first new song in two years, “STFU”—watch
Neck Deep have dropped a new single, "STFU." The band also shared a '90s-inspired music video to go with the track. "STFU" is Neck Deep's first new music in two years and their first self-released track in a decade. Read more: Neck Deep announce departure of longtime drummer Dani Abasi In "STFU," Neck Deep return to their roots, leaning heavily into a kinetic pop-punk
9 songs that can perfectly soundtrack a new beginning
9 songs that can perfectly soundtrack a new beginning
We’re sure you’ve heard the phrase before: new year, new me. But you don’t need a new year for a fresh start. If you’re seeking a bit of inspiration to get up off the couch and on the road to crossing off some of your goals, or maybe even a few bucket list items, then look no further than these playlist additions. Read more:  6 artists... Read More ...
Listen to a snippet of Neck Deep’s next release “When You Know”
Listen to a snippet of Neck Deep’s next release “When You Know”
Two weeks ago, Neck Deep made a call for fans to help them make their new music video for "When You Know." Now, while we won't have the song until April 13, we do get to hear a snippet in their new teaser.  The video is set to feature Neck Deep fans from all over the world, holding up pieces of paper with their favorite lyrics from the song.  R...
Neck Deep singer Ben Barlow, Hope For The Day host mental health chat
Neck Deep singer Ben Barlow, Hope For The Day host mental health chat
Hope For The Day is doing their part to check in on people's mental health during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic through a livestreaming chat about mental health and stigmas along with Neck Deep's Ben Barlow. CEO Jonny Boucher along with Barlow are hosting their Sip Of Hope Coffee Talk tomorrow (March 22) at 10 AM CST over on YouTube. Read Mo...
Neck Deep are planning “things [they’ve] never done before” for 2020 tour
Neck Deep are planning “things [they’ve] never done before” for 2020 tour
We’re just days removed from Neck Deep announcing All Distortions Are Intentional as the follow-up to 2017’s The Peace And The Panic. The pop-punk act dropped off the first Technicolor single “Lowlife,” and now they’re giving fans even more to look forward to by teaming up with AltPress to exclusively announce their 2020 headlining tour. Set for this fall, the ba...

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