UK punk rockers Neck Deep announce their latest single - Heartbreak Of The Century.
Heartbreak Of The Century will release 14 February via Hopeless Records. In the words of vocalist Ben Barlow, the new track is “a classic sounding Neck Deep song, catchy, angsty, pacey, powerful and a little bit pathetic!
He continues, “We took the idea of ‘the heartbreak of the century’ and imagined if you could actually win an award for that. So there we had it- a shitty Oscar’s, where we won the heartbreak of the century award. We wanted the video to feel classic/ nostalgic, something that was entertaining to watch rather than your usual. It features some of our best (worst) acting to date and is one of our favorite videos we’ve ever done.”
Over the last decade, Neck Deep have gatecrashed the charts, both at home and internationally, sold hundreds of thousands of records and concert tickets, graced magazine covers all over the world and toured with some of the biggest names in the business in the process. As the band enter their second decade as a band, you’d continue to be foolish betting against the boys from Wrexham.
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