Watch: Neck Deep - Gold Steps

Watch: Neck Deep - Gold Steps

Neck Deep's video for Gold Steps will make you want to throw a lake party.

Welsh pop-punk lads Neck Deep have been hard at work since releasing debut full length Wishful Thinking at the start of last year, with album number two, Life’s Not Out To Get You already complete and ready for release next month. To follow up catchy-as-hell first single Can't Kick Up The Roots, which was released a couple of months back, we now have Gold Steps; an instant pop-punk anthem that's sure to get fans super excited about the new album. Gold Steps is a high-energy, upbeat track that gets heads bobbing from the outset. Frontman Ben Barlow spoke about the band wanting to write a song that really gets people up and about - "We wanted this to be a fun song; we wanted to make people move, to mosh, jump around and scream the lyrics. And in the lyrics I really just wanted to shed some positivity on a somewhat pessimistic scene."

There's certainly a positive vibe radiating from the Gold Steps video, as we see the Neck Deep boys hitching a (slightly hazardous) ride on a half-pipe bolted to the back of a flat-bed truck, cruising through the streets of a Pennsylvanian town while playing to a swarm of rampaging fans. The band and accompanying party wind up at a lake where safety is again neglected in the name of fun, as fireworks, beer kegs and a rope swing form a trifecta that would surely have emergency department nurses shaking in their boots. 

Life's Not Out To Get You will be out on August 14th through Hopeless Records/Unified. Pre-order HERE.

Watch the rager of a video for Gold Steps below:

 

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