Neck Deep Release Loved-Up Single And Video, I Revolve (Around You)
As Neck Deep gear up to unveil their new album All Distortions Are Intentional on July 24, the Wrexham pop-punks have just dropped an epic, loved-up new single, I Revolve (Around You).
“I Revolve (Around You) is a song about love on a planetary scale,” explains frontman Ben Barlow. “It is one big metaphor, comparing love to the movement of the planets. Picturing love on that scale really makes everything else seem small and insignificant. The song comes at a point of epiphany on the record – the realisation that despite life’s trials and tribulations, love conquers all.” Awwww!
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Ben continues: “Musically it’s hard hitting and impactful, and actually features one of my favourite ever sections in a Neck Deep song where I got to channel my inner Tom DeLonge, which for a song about space I feel is pretty fitting! It’s the first time we’ve done a full animated video and we’re so stoked on how it came out, the amazing team at Remembers in France did a beautiful job embodying the feeling of the lyrics.”
Previously, the frontman told Kerrang! of the meaning behind the album title, All Distortions Are Intentional, “It came from the artist who ended up doing the cover [Tom Noon]. We were flipping through his stuff, and he had a piece with that name, and I thought it sounded sick. It’s a statement that plays into the record in a lot of ways. Our understandings and misunderstandings in life happen for a reason, and in our journey from point A to point B there are a lot of emotional fluctuations, which are all part of the bigger picture. This is an album of drastic juxtapositions and creative choices that might not all make sense right off the bat, but they are intentional.”
Check out the video for I Revolve (Around You) – which was put together by Félix Kerjean and Remembers – below:
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