Head to the Electric Factory this February to jam out with Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep. A steely blend of Blink-182, New Found Glory, and Green Day, the band follows in the footsteps of popular group’s like Fall Out Boy and Sum 41 with their fizzy pop-punk bounce. The band has struck a chord with listeners around the world for the last few years, and their third full-length effort, The Peace and the Panic, has wowed critics and audiences alike. The album reached the Top 5 in the United Kingdom and the United States. Colossal choruses, power chords, racing drums, and an unapologetic, emosh angst make Neck Deep one of the best pop-punk performances today.
Neck Deep formed in April 2012 when vocalist Ben Barlow and guitarist Lloyd Roberts posted a song called “What Did You Expect?” online under the name Neck Deep. After the song garnered attention, Neck Deep added another guitarist, a bassist, and a drummer to complete their quintet. The band released their first EP, Rain in July, in 2012 and quickly followed up with a second one in 2013 called A History of Bad Decisions. After signing with Hopeless in August 2013, the group released their debut album, Wishful Thinking, in 2014. The group has rocked the Warped Tour and played at the iconic Wembley Arena as main support to All Time Low.
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