Yes, alright I know, I’ve fucked it. This Alphabet Tour should have been finished by the end of 2013 but FUCKING HELL IT GETS HARD. In summertime nobody tours cos it’s festival season and at the end of the year no-one tours cos they’re bloody knackered and/or are making a new album. But after a long meeting involving a blunt knife, some tweezers and a packet of Chewits I’ve been given until 5 June as that would mark exactly one year from the A gig. I’ve got to step this shit up, and I’m starting with…
Who: Neck Deep
When: 13 January, 2014
Where: The Barfly, London
Beer: £4.20 for a Heineken
Average age: 17
Cost of a t-shirt: £10
Best bit: The overwhelming energy.
Worst bit: Fuck me, it gets warm.
I’ve been a fan of Neck Deep for a while, back when I first saw the artwork for A History Of Bad Decisions, and when the news finally broke of a proper full-length I was pretty fucking excited I can tell you. So I listened to it. Twice. Then again. Then again through better speakers. And it’s right ol’ rager of a pop-punk record from the Wrexham dudes. So I went along to the album launch night at the Barfly to see if it could hold up. Check it out… »