Neck Deep - The Peace And The Panic

Neck Deep - The Peace And The Panic

Neck Deep are ready to take on the world once more on their new album, The Peace And The Panic, and this time, they’re back stronger, smarter and more level headed than ever. Thematically, The Peace And The Panic finds Neck Deep exploring and dealing with the struggles of daily life in a realistic and relatable way. Three studio albums in, the band have come to grips with the highs and lows in life emotionally, while sonically, they’ve crafted their most diverse release yet. The Peace And The Panic is a step away from anything that Neck Deep has released yet, and in the best way possible

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So Much Light - Oh, Yuck

So Much Light - Oh, Yuck

So Much Light is giving modern pop a facelift with his debut album, Oh, Yuck. It’s impossible to find a simple way to describe the lush soundscapes on Oh, Yuck with just a few words, but that’s because this isn’t a simple album. So Much Light’s Damien Verrett experiments with emotional highs and lows by accenting his incredible vocal performance with a wild array of sounds on the album. Things range from the typical synth-driven new wave sound to something a little more unconventional like the choppy guitar work and woodwind instruments found on “Full Body Mirror,” or programmed orchestral compositions on “Little Fanfare” and “Let It Absorb You.”

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