Neck Deep To Appear on Last Call with Carson Daly

Neck Deep will be making their late night TV debut on an upcoming episode of Last Call with Carson Daly. The episode was filmed in Hollywood, CA at The Fonda Theatre, where the band rocked a sold-out show, wrapping up the North American Leg of The Peace and The Panic World Tour. The episode will air late night Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 1:35 AM (12:35AM Central) following Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC.

Currently in its 16th season on NBC, Last Call with Carson Daly continues to push the boundaries of late-night television. Host Carson Daly introduces his audience to the emerging artists and stories you simply won’t find anywhere else. Last Call with Carson Daly is produced by Universal Television.

Neck Deep’s successful World Tour is celebrating their recently released album, The Peace and The Panic. The 11-track album, produced by Mike Green (Pierce The Veil, Paramore), is a meditation on the constant duality of life and the struggles that come with it. The album has already been garnering incredible praise with outlets like Nylon, Billboard, New Noise Magazine, Kerrang, Rocksound and more. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Albums Charts, along with #4 on the Top 200, #1 Physical and Internet Albums, #2 Rock, Vinyl, Alternative and Independent Albums and #3 Digital Albums in the United States.

The recently released music video for Parachute joins an impressive library of music videos from this release including first singles Happy Judgement Day and Where Do We Go When We Go, the “day-in-the-life” video for Motion Sickness and the sensational In Bloom.

Neck Deep is Ben Barlow (Vocals), Matt West (Guitar), Sam Bowden (Guitar), Fil Thorpe-Evans (Bass and Vocals), and Dani Washington (Drums).

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