Knuckle Puck Premiere New Song, Announce Split With Neck Deep

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The Chicago suburbs have a long history of churning out excellent pop punk bands, and the last year has shown that Knuckle Puck are more than capable of carrying the torch for the area. Their latest EP, The Weight That You Buried, caught the attention of pop punk fans everywhere with its high energy and vocalist Joe Taylor’s passionate delivery, and the next entry in their catalog, a split EP with England’s Neck Deep, promises more of the same.

Knuckle Puck will contribute two brand new songs to the split. You can hear one of those, titled “Gold Rush,” after the break. Neck Deep’s side will feature “Crushing Grief (No Remedy)” and “Growing Pains,” both of which originally appeared on the band’s debut full-length, Wishful Thinking, released last month on Hopeless Records.

Each band will have an exclusive color of the 7″ EP on their upcoming tour together, but if you can’t attend one of the shows, you can grab a copy from Bad Timing Records (US) or Banquet Records (UK).

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