THE PEACE AND THE PANIC TOUR (USA) // LIVE REVIEW

Neck Deep

Let’s see what you can do Dallas said pop punk band Neck Deep as their set began at The Bomb Factory in Dallas, Texas, Jan. 22.

Neck Deep recently kicked off their month long tour and made a stop in Dallas, Texas, to promote their album The Peace and The Panic. The gap between the album release date and the tour gave USA fans a chance to memorize the lyrics and sing along.

Joining the Hopeless Records band was Seaway, Speak Low If You Speak Love and Creeper.

Creeper

Punk band, Creeper, kicked off the night with high energy. From fast pace jams to slower tunes, a connection was sure to be made with the crowd. The visual representation of the band completed the full Creeper experience. Many fans were engaged in the trendy goth vibes while rocking out. Although the band was an ocean apart away from home [Southampton, UK], the crowd welcomed them with open arms.

Speak Low If You Speak Love took the stage and slowed things down a bit. The soft alternative/indie band was a crowd pleaser and a subtle break. The easy-going music had everyone bobbing heads and swaying to the music. Many were quickly intrigued by the simplicity of this band.

Seaway

Canadian rock band, Seaway, amped up the crowd with new and old songs. Following the aesthetics of their latest album, members wore hawaiian shirts and sunglasses. The crowd loved the energy and humor Seaway brought to the table.

Finally the curtains dropped for Neck Deep. Suspense ran through the entire venue while hearing opening notes and voice overs to match their recent album, The Peace and The Panic.

Suddenly, all five members ran out and opened with Happy Judgement Day. When the first chord struck, crowd surfers immediately took action and spilled over the barricade.

Neck Deep played a collection of new and old songs, while also slowing it down with their acoustic piece Head To The Ground.

Neck Deep ended with the popular song, A Part of Me.

The crowd begged for an encore and Neck Deep fulfilled their dreams by playing not one, but two songs. Can’t Kick Up The Roots and Where Do We Go When We Go wrapped up the night and concert goers flooded to the merch tables.


For the full concert recap, click here!

Photos/Written by: Faith Alvarez // IG: @faithalesia

Location: The Bomb Factory // Dallas, Texas

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