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Neck Deep Post First New Single In Two Years STFU

Thursday, 26 May 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Errick Easterday

Neck Deep are back with a new single, STFU.

Loaded with unapologetic angst, the predictably punchy pop-punk track marks the Wrexham band's first new music in almost two years, following their 2020 album 'All Distortions Are Intentional'. It's also their first self-released music in a decade. Head below to view the chaotic Max Moore-directed video. 

Described by the band as, "somewhat of a return to our roots, and a return to what we do best," it finds them reuniting with Andrew Wade, who last worked alongside the group on 2015's 'Life's Not Out To Get You'. Singer Ben Barlow commented:

"As the world was falling apart at the time, and only seems to have worsened recently, it felt right to satirise the decline of society in typical punk fashion. Looking at the world through a screen and being lured into the impending sense of doom that’s overcome us all."

Neck Deep will headline Slam Dunk festival in June before a run of dates across Europe. They also have North American shows in the diary for the summer months.


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