Our favourite pop punk group Neck Deep are set to play their biggest headline shows to date in support of their upcoming fourth studio album, 'All Distortions Are Intentional'.
The Wrexham rockers will play six nights, concluding with a stop at London's legendary Alexandra Palace on September 19.
The 'Part of Me' band - which is fronted by Ben Barlow - have admitted they are both "excited and nervous" about the shows, which are a dream come true.
Bassist Seb Barlow said: "We are incredibly excited (and nervous) to be playing such big and prestigious venues!
"When we started this band, we never even dreamed of playing at places like Alexandra Palace and O2 Victoria Warehouse, so to headline them feels surreal.
"Not that we have ever felt the need to prove ourselves to anyone, but coming back with an album we are all incredibly proud of and confident in, we felt we needed to play rooms that reflect that.
"We had these venues in mind when we were writing this record, so, now is the time to do it.”
Watch the music video for the single 'Lowlife':
The new album saw the band work with Grammy-nominated producer, Matt Squire, whose previous credits include Panic! At The Disco, Ariana Grande and One Direction.
'All Distortions Are Intentional' is released on July 24 via Hopeless Records.
Early ticket access is available to all fans who purchase (or have already purchased) Neck Deep’s new album from the official Neck Deep Store before 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 15th March. Early access code and instructions will be emailed before 6pm GMT on Tuesday 17th March. Tickets on general sale Friday 20th March at 10AM: www.livenation.co.uk/artist/neck-deep-tickets
The full tour dates are:
SEPTEMBER 12: MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse 13: MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse 15: GLASGOW Barrowland Ballroom 16: GLASGOW Barrowland Ballroom 18: CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena 19: LONDON Alexandra Palace