Neck Deep have announced they have pushed back their upcoming All Distortions Are Intentional UK dates to 2022.
The Welsh Pop-Punks originally planned their shows for September 2020 before moving them to Spring 2021. Unfortunately these dates won’t be going ahead either which means the dates have been pushed back again to January 2022.
Nothing, Nowhere and Higher Power will be the support acts for the tour.
“Unfortunately, as many people might have guessed, we have no choice but to move our UK tour once again,” Neck Deep say. “Hopefully this will be the last time we have to do this but it will be worth the wait.
“We can’t wait to get back on the road and see you all soon.”
“So, it’s happened again, another tour gets pushed back,” adds frontman Ben Barlow. “While it’s obviously a bummer to have to reschedule tour dates again, we’re confident this time we’ll be going ahead and getting back to something we have all missed dearly. Sharing that connection with people, music and moments in the form of live music. Also, as an extra kicker we’ve added a Dublin date. Having only played a few shows in Ireland, it’s great to be able to go back and show some love to our Irish fans. One time we played Dublin on St. Paddy’s day and it was something I’ll never forget. I’m sure the whole tour will be just as memorable, being our first tour back, and the first tour playing material from ADAI. We can’t wait to jam with you guys, and we promise it will be well worth the wait!”
The band have also announced an additional date on the All Distortions Are Intentional tour: in Dublin on January 21. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday.
Here are the tour dates.
11th – O2 Academy, Birmingham
12th – O2 Academy, Bristol
13th – O2 Academy Brixton, London
14th – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
16th – City Hall, Newcastle
17th – Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
18th – Barrowlands, Glasgow
19th – O2 Academy, Leeds
21st – Olympia, Dublin