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Neck Deep sign to Hopeless Records

We're very proud to let you know that Neck Deep have signed a worldwide deal with Hopeless Records. To have a band we've worked with since before their first ever show to go on to achieve this is insane, they're the first ever UK band to sign a worldwide deal with the label!!! To have released their first ever physical copies is a real honour, and you may as well know that none of those physical copies, tape or vinyl will be repressed. What you've got there is a piece of what will become Neck Deep history.
We've had a real great time working with the band, they're some of the nicest people we've met since starting this label, and really helped us open doors as a label as well.
Lee is still working with them as part of their management team over at Mythophonic Music Management, so we're still very much involved with their team.
Their debut album is going to raise the bar. We've heard the album, and trust us, it's fucking stonkin'!!!
Support home grown bands and music. It's not often this happen to a British band.

Posted on August 14th, 2013
Astroid Boys supporting Trash Talk in July

After an insane set at Download (see video at the end); 2 sets at Beach Break Live and a surely dominating set to be had at Ghostfest this weekend, Astroid Boys will be opening up for Trash Talk in July before playing T in the Park. No biggy.

Posted on June 26th, 2013
So today...

We were finally able to take out our original fundings that we've pumped into the label over the past 2 and a bit years, and be able to leave ourselves with enough money in the kitty to keep funding future releases.
In this time we've had over 1300 orders to 29 different countries. If you told us this would happen when we first sat in a venue up north with BAYS after confirming we'd do their 7" as our first release, I wouldn't have believed you. And to say this started as something to do on the side of our Uni course, we're bloody well proud of it.

All in all, this is a thanks to everyone who's supported us in one way or another, by buying something from our webstore, to seeing one of our bands live and supporting them, to even telling your mate about something related to what we do, it's all helped. And also to all the bands we've worked with, whether we've released your music ourselves or put you on one of our shows, we've had fun working with you all.

Nice one, and long may this continue.
Lee + Conor

Posted on May 17th, 2013