Everyone’s favorite UK pop-punk band, Neck Deep, made their way to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and delivered an incredible performance on their second leg for the Peace and the Panic USA Tour.
As the band kicked off the second leg for their extensive tour to promote their latest album, Neck Deep teamed up on the road with Trophy Eyes, Stand Atlantic, and WSTR to take on the United States. Giving the crowds an amazing line-up, the bands are blowing away the audience one city at a time.
With smoke machines, beautiful technicolor lighting, and outstanding stage performance, Neck Deep did not disappoint.
Playing their latest album as well as hitting some key, deep cuts from their older albums, the crowds screamed every lyric and danced their hearts out. The energy that filled the Brooklyn Bowl was electric throughout the night and only progressed as each band took the stage. Interacting with the crowd as each song was performed, there was an undeniable chemistry that topped the shows previously. Lead singer of Neck Deep, Ben Barlow, charmingly communicated with the crowd before the encore: “I’ve gotta say, Vegas, this was the most amazing show that we’ve had on this leg of the tour… Don’t get too excited though, there’s only been a few we’ve played.” The crowd went wild –as they should.
Immediately following their stop in Vegas, Neck Deep released their single contribution to the newest compilation album called Songs That Saved My Life.
The compilation album benefits suicide prevention and mental health organizations, awareness, and features covers classic songs that relay important, relates messages from bands like The Maine, Taking Back Sunday, Movements, and more. Neck Deep chose the classic song from Natalie Imbruglia called, “Torn”.