NECK DEEP have become the most successful UK band in the history of the pop punk genre, at an average age of just 23. On the back of appearing at Download Festival and alongside Good Charlotte during their recent headline run in Australia, the pop-punk lords will return down under in November and December for a string of their own headline dates, the first since The Peace & The Panic dropped in August of last year. Already having played over 100 shows throughout 22 countries, and selling over 54,000 tickets since the album's release, the dedication of the 5-piece has seen them on a trajectory of unbridled success, becoming the zeitgeist-capturing band of their generation and scene.
They've scored Kerrang! and APMA awards along the way and worked alongside legends like Mark Hoppus of Blink-182. Their second full-length album Life's Not Out To Get You smashed its way into the top 10 of both the UK and U.S. album charts. Neck Deep's third album The Peace & The Panic, which debuted No.8 on the ARIA albums chart and hit No.2 on the Billboard 200 chart, is a meditation on the constant duality of life and the struggles that come with it.
Joining Neck Deep on their 'Straya' tour are locals Stand Atlantic, Between You And Me & Stateside.