Posts Tagged ‘Neck Deep’

NEWS: Blink-182 confirm support acts for August 2014 London shows!

Legendary pop-punk trio Blink-182 have now confirmed the support acts for their two headline shows at London’s Brixton O2 Academy next month, ahead of their main stage headline slots at Reading/Leeds Festival weekend.

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VIDEO: Neck Deep – Losing Teeth

Pop-punk unit Neck Deep have released a video for their new track, ‘Losing Teeth’. The track is taken from the band’s latest record, ‘Wishful Thinking’, which is available now via Hopeless Records. You can check out the video below:

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LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ University, Leeds (24/05/2014)

Date: May 24th, 2014
Venue: University, Leeds
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmusic

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Known across the UK and beyond as the premium British pop-punk festival, Slam Dunk Festival has returned once again for another stint this year, this time around boasting The All-American Rejects as main stage headliners, with other stages being closed off by Less Than Jake, Bury Tomorrow, Chiodos and more. As it is with every year, you’d be a fool to miss out. We’re not fools, so we went.

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NEWS: Neck Deep to re-release ‘Rain In July’ and ‘A History Of Bad Decisions’ EPs!

Rising Wrexham based pop-punks Neck Deep have announced that they’ll be re-releasing their two EPs, both 2012’s ‘Rain In July’ and 2013’s ‘A History Of Bad Decisions’, into one compilation on June 16th 2014 via Hopeless Records. The artwork and tracklisting for the release can be found below:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk 2014 confirm further bands along with Wales and Scotland dates!

Britian’s premier pop-punk extravaganza Slam Dunk Festival have just announced their second wave of bands for this year’s edition, along with news of the smaller Slam Dunk Wales and Slam Dunk Scotland events. The latest additions joining this year’s headliners The All-American Rejects are detailed below:

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NEWS: Neck Deep announce April UK tour!

Wrexham’s ever-touring pop-punk act Neck Deep will be completing a UK tour throughout April around their appearance at Hit The Deck Festival this April, before heading to Slam Dunk Festival the following month. You can check out all of the band’s forthcoming UK dates below:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival announce first wave of bands for 2014, including letlive., All American Rejects and Bury Tomorrow!

Britain’s premium pop-punk weekender Slam Dunk Festival have just released its first names for its 2014 event, which is set to take place over the May bank holiday weekend. You can check out the first additions to the festival and this year’s venues below:

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NEWS: Hit The Deck Festival add more acts for 2014, including The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses and Neck Deep!

This year’s Hit The Deck Festival, which takes place April 19th in Bristol and April 20th in Nottingham, has announced a host of additional acts for its 2014 line-up. You can check out all of the new additions and an updated poster below:

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LIVE: We Are The In Crowd @ Academy 3, Manchester (05/02/2014)

Date: February 5th, 2014
Venue: Academy 3, Manchester
Support: Save Your Breath / Neck Deep
Website: www.wearetheincrowd.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/wearetheincrowd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/wearetheincrowd

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A long line of dedicated fans brave the typically terrible Manchester weather and eagerly queue up outside the University of Manchester Students Union, waiting for a night of sugary sweet pop-punk courtesy of New York quintet We Are The In Crowd. I, on the other hand, being one of the few fans actually old enough to be in a bar, am enjoying a pint inside, awaiting tonight’s festivities.

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LIVE: Neck Deep @ Exchange, Bristol (23/01/2014)

Date: January 23rd, 2014
Venue: Exchange, Bristol
Support: Tuskens / Montrose / ROAM
Website: www.neckdeepuk.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/neckdeepuk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/neckdeepuk

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Neck Deep are the hottest thing in pop-punk right now. For a band that’s only been around for two years to be playing headline shows in mid-size venues is highly impressive, but when you take into account the fact that they’re also selling out these shows, you’d be an idiot to ignore them.

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