Wrexham’s finest and Britain’s flag-flying new-wave-of-British-pop-punk leaders Neck Deep have dropped another single in anticipation for their upcoming album ‘The Peace and The Panic’.

‘Motion Sickness’ is the opening track of the new album and is as Neck Deep as it gets yet progressively stimulating, showing the band are growing and learning with every step they’ve taken from taking over Wrexham to dominating the world as they’ve begun to do.

Frontman Ben Barlow sums Motion Sickness up as the following:

“Motion Sickness is the song that really bridges the vibe and lyrical message of Life’s Not Out To Get You to the new album. It’s the song on The Peace & The Panic that shares the most in common with what we’ve done before, whilst still fitting with the rest of the new material. Like a lot of the new record, it carries a theme of duality; the verses are about confusion and struggle, but the choruses are about not giving up, not letting hard times get the best of you.”

‘The Peace and The Panic’ is an eleven-song-strong tour-de-force of all things Neck Deep, and will feature metal-core masters Architects’ front-man Sam Carter. The full tracklist is here for you to start wondering what’s gonna go down:

1) Motion Sickness
2) Happy Judgement Day
3) In Bloom
4) 19 Seventy Sumthin’
5) Parachute
6) Don’t Wait (feat. Sam Carter)
7) Heavy Lies
8) Critical Mistake
9) The Grand Delusion
10) Wish You Were Here
11) Where Do We Go When We Go

Neck Deep are currently stateside in their second home slamming set after set on the Vans Warped Tour all summer, before popping back in August to headline The Lock Up stage at the Reading and Leeds festivals, before heading out on a colossal UK tour packing in As It Is, Real Friends, and Woes in to their suitcase for the ride.

The full dates for the tour are below:

OCTOBER
(w/ support from As It Is, Real Friends and Woes)

04 – BELFAST Mandela Hall
05 – DUBLIN Workmans Club
07 – NEWCASTLE o2 Academy
08 – GLASGOW o2 Academy
09 – NOTTINGHAM Rock City
11 – NORWICH UEA
12 – CARDIFF Great Hall
13 – LONDON o2 Academy Brixton
14 – MANCHESTER o2 Apollo

The Peace & The Panic hits your ears on the 18th August.

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