Brace yourself Neck Deep fans, the band have announced a massive UK tour!
Beginning in Belfast and concluding in Manchester, the Welsh pop-punk lads will tour the UK in October this year. The shows are set to follow the release of the band’s third studio album, ‘The Peace And The Panic’, which drops on August 18th, via Hopeless Records.
Check out the tour poster and the full list of dates below:
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