Wrexham based pop-punks, NECK DEEP, have announced a string of UK headline dates around their appearances at the Hit The Deck Festivals in April. Speaking of the tour, singer Ben Barlow says, "We are so excited to be headlining some more UK shows after the amazing response we received on our headline tour in January. We are playing some cities we haven't been too before as well, and that's always fun. We are also super stoked to have our good friends in Climates on the road with us, they are going to be a big name next year!"
The band, who released their debut album, 'Wishful Thinking', in January on Hopeless Records, head to the United States this week for their first US headline tour. Their first US headline jaunt spans an impressive six weeks, with a host of shows already sold out, showcasing quite how fast the band is building internationally, having also completed a sold-out Australian tour at the end of 2013.
The band's forthcoming UK shows are as follows:
15: BRIGHTON, The Haunt
16: SHEFFIELD, Corporation
18: COVENTRY, Kasbah
19: BRISTOL, Hit The Deck Festival
20: NOTTINGHAM, Hit The Deck Festival
21: NORWICH, Arts Centre
24: LEEDS, Slam Dunk Festival
25: HATFIELD, Slam Dunk Festival
26: WOLVERHAMPTON, Slam Dunk Festival
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