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Neck Deep Release Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors Video

The pop-punks have debuted a super-fun new live montage video for Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors. The track is taken from…
Neck Deep Dec 15

Neck Deep have debuted a super-fun new live montage video for Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors.

The track is taken from the pop-punks’ 5K-rated album, Life’s Not Out To Get You, which you can pick up on iTunes now if you haven’t already done so. Watch Neck Deep’s new video now, and let us know what you think in the comments! And don’t forget to see where Life’s Not Out To Get You placed in Kerrang!’s 50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums Ever.

If you like what you see below, the band will be touring the UK throughout the year for more of the same – keep scrolling for full dates and ticket info.

Catch Neck Deep live at the following dates:

February

1 Birmingham Institute (W/ State Champs, Creeper and Light Years)
2 Glasgow O2 Academy (W/ State Champs, Creeper and Light Years)
4 Manchester O2 Academy (W/ State Champs, Creeper and Light Years)
5 Cardiff Great Hall (W/ State Champs, Creeper and Light Years)
6 London Forum (W/ State Champs, Creeper and Light Years)

April

16 Southampton Guildhall (W/ Creeper and WSTR)
18 Newcastle Uni SU (W/ Creeper and WSTR)
19 Leeds Beckett Uni (W/ Creeper and WSTR)
20 Liverpool O2 Academy (W/ Creeper and WSTR)

Neck Deep 2016 Tour

Grab your tickets from the Kerrang! Ticket Store now!

Posted on January 1st 2016, 1:30p.m.
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