Honest Pop-Punk: Neck Deep’s New EP ‘A History of Bad Decisions’

Neck Deep consists of five guys who have committed to creating some awesome down to earth pop-punk, and this stripped down and honest nature is what makes Neck Deep’s music. Neck Deep are as straight forward as they come, but honestly being able to take their music at face value is what makes their songs great, especially the three new songs that were released yesterday on their three track EP, A History Of Bad Decisions which is available for pay-what-you-want download.

The EP starts off with the track “Up in Smoke” which is a very straight ahead song musically, but lyrically it tells a narrative that many people have experienced, and that is when parents lose trust and disapprove of you when you’re growing up. This is followed by the track “Table’s Turned” which is a song that is clearly about moving on after a break up. My favorite track on the EP was the last track, “Head To the Ground” which is an acoustic song that is lyrically about being in a relationship and worrying about not screwing up the relationship, something that anyone in a relationship goes through. Musically the EP is very simple, but the face value of the music is the most important part.

 Be sure to check out A History Of Bad Decisions which is available for pay-what-you-want download. I mean why wouldn’t you buy it? Well at least you can test drive it!

-B. Harlow

NeckDeep

 

 

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