Neck Deep release new single, announce 2024 Ally Pally show

Watch the video for Neck Deep’s new single Take Me With You, ahead of the pop-punks’ massive London headline date at Alexandra Palace next year!

Neck Deep release new single, announce 2024 Ally Pally show
Emily Carter

It’s been a busy ol’ year for Neck Deep already, with the band supporting YUNGBLUD in arenas, working with Busted, releasing new banger Heartbreak Of The Century and announcing some anniversary shows for Rain In July. Now they’re back with another great single, and news of their biggest-ever headline date.

First, to the new music: the band have just unveiled single/video Take Me With You, which frontman Ben Barlow explains came from the song title first. “Literally as simple as: we should write a song about aliens called Take Me With You,” Ben says. “So conceptually and lyrically it was pretty straightforward. A few of us in the band are big UFO heads, particularly Seb Barlow, bass] so we had a lot of fun writing this one.

“As always there’s a slight social commentary, ultimately I’d rather be (hypothetically) abducted by aliens than stick round on this ‘hellish sack of burning trash’. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a slight nod to blink-182’s Aliens Exist too, but you can blame Tom [DeLonge] for infecting my fragile mind at a young age and then going and busting the UFO world wide open! It’s a little bit of fun before we come at people with the more meaningful stuff a little later down the line.”

Watch the absolutely ace video for Take Me With You below:

Now, on to that headline date. Taking place at London’s huge Alexandra Palace on March 28, Ben says: “It’s been a long time coming but we’re stoked to be finally headlining Ally Pally! We’ve supported a few times there and always loved the venue. But now it’s our turn, for our biggest-ever headline show. I’m expecting it to be the best Neck Deep show ever, and you wouldn’t wanna miss that would ya?”

Get your tickets here.

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