Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep have released their new video for “Parachute” on Friday. The new track comes from their third and latest studio album, The Peace and the Panic, which was released back on Aug. 18 via Hopeless records.
As seen in the video above, the five piece rock band stick to the familiar confines of a single room while singing about wanting to get away from their current placement, which is “so terribly dull.” The new video follows the one previously released from their latest album with “In Bloom” and “Motion Sickness.”
For their latest video, the band wanted to make sure to capture the irony of staying in one place while singing about the desire to break free and get out into the world.
“Parachute is one of the 'different' songs for Neck Deep on The Peace and the Panic,” the band’s singer Ben Barlow said about their new video. “It's a song about wanderlust, the desire to travel, see the world and change your life in a profound way … We always pictured this song being a real festival banger, the kind of song you'd be bopping along to, arms round your mate, screaming the words and hoping the feeling never leaves.”
The popular rock group will be heading out on a huge North American tour shortly after the start of the new year, which kicks off on Jan. 15 in Hawaii. The 32-date winter tour will see the band performing in major markets across the country before it comes to an end at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre on Feb. 28. Notable shows on the early 2018 run include Baltimore’s Rams Head Live on Jan. 31, and New York City’s PlayStation Theater on Feb. 2, just to name a few.
Tickets to select shows on their North American tour are on sale now, and can be purchased by clicking here.