UK-Based pop-rock band Neck Deep keeps teasing us with more new videos for their upcoming album All Distortions Are Intentional set for release on July 24th via Hopeless Records. This time they have teamed up with strong independent skaters like Cordano Russell, Bone Stalone, Alex Dechuna, Jerrod La Rue, Tommy Corbridge, and Roxana Howlett to bring you a fun rock charged music video for their new song, “Fall”. The new music video has a lot of of what we all love to see- behind the scenes footage of the band! While there are a lot of amazing clips of the independent skaters that are featured, this video is also packed with live show clips, audience shots, and behind the scenes goofiness and skating antics.
Due to COVID-19 and social distancing, the band had to stray away from their original plan for the video which seems to have followed a story line they will be carrying through this new record. So instead they came up with a concept they could put on video.
“Fall is a song about excess, release and escape. Although not a healthy coping mechanism we can all relate to turning to substances and social situations to liberate us from the internal struggles of life. This song paints a point in which Jet meets his new-found love, Alice for the first time….It sets us up for a love story full of ups, downs, discoveries, and epiphanies,” shared Ben Barlow (frontman). He continued…”While we would love to show this love at first sight, COVID-19 has made shooting videos all the more challenging. So, we looked at some of the things we love most: f***ing around on tour and skateboarding. We decided to reach out to skaters that we have met along our touring journey, that we believe deserve some recognition, and give them a platform to display their amazing talents. We also dug into our archive of tour footage and put it to good use. Giving you an insight into the world of Neck Deep.”
The new album is set to be released July 24th and by the sounds of it the band has really put a lot of time and thought into the songs and the story line of this record.
For now enjoy their new music video for “Fall”: