Neck Deep drops new single

Neck Deep surprised fans with the release of a brand new single and music video. “She’s A God” is an effervescent and charming song that basks in the warm glow of knowing you don't need to travel to find peace and strength - it's in the person beside you. The dynamic and layered new sound further cements the band’s place in the forefront of today’s alternative rock scene. 

"'She’s A God' is a song that is, pretty much, about worshiping your other half, but for the little things like waking up in the morning and seeing them get ready for the day. Those moments where you’re just in awe of how glorious a person can be. It’s pretty simple, no deeper meaning here, just a love song comparing a relationship to theology”, shares front man Ben Barlow on the honest and captivating track. 

“She’s A God” was produced by Matt Squire and was recorded in Wales at the legendary Monnow Valley Studio, which has been a recording home for artists like Oasis, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Joss Stone and more. Fans can stream the single today here. 

This is the first new piece of music since the band’s monumental 2017 release, "The Peace And The Panic", which catapulted the band into mainstream success with a #2 charting position on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart. 

The band also released an accompanying music video. Barlow continues sharing: “Being able to be pretty close to home, without the distractions of a major city gave us a totally new perspective and creative space to explore. We decided to shoot the music video while we were down in the studio, just taking advantage of our surroundings, and wanting to give people a little insight into what we experienced that week. We shot the whole thing totally analog, which was exciting. Not knowing what footage you got until the film is developed was like waiting for a mini Christmas, and again, we’re stoked with what we got”.

Even by Neck Deep’s now astronomical standards, their third album "The Peace And The Panic" has been a success of unprecedented proportions, cementing their position as one of rock’s hottest young properties and the zeitgeist-capturing band of their generation and scene. 

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