Neck Deep release two music videos for ‘December’

British pop-punk band, Neck Deep, have released two music videos for ‘December’, the fourth single from their second debut album, ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’.

The song has been remastered twice for the two different videos, and features two different artists on each version of the song.

Part one features Chris Carrabba, lead singer and guitarist of the band, Dashboard Confessional. The first remaster of the song is very similar to that of the one from the album it came from, ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’.

Part two, on the other hand, features Mark Hoppus, bassist and co-vocalist of Blink-182. Mark Hoppus has previously remixed two of Neck Deep’s songs, ‘Serpents’ and ‘Can’t Kick Up The Roots’.

The second remastered version to this double music video saga is very similar to the full band version of ‘December’ which is available on the deluxe version of ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’.

Both music videos were directed by Daniel Broadley, who has directed their music video for ‘Can’t Kick Up The Roots’, the first single released from their second studio album. Watch the music video for ‘Can’t Kick Up The Roots’ here!

The band have announced that a variety of bundles for ‘December’ will be available.

You can purchase the vinyl, which features both versions of ‘December’, in either red rose with gold splatter, or plain gold, with one of two t-shirts. Click here to see the different bundles.

Neck Deep will be performing at one date of this year’s Warped Tour on July 19th in Noblesville, IN. Be sure to check if Neck Deep will be performing anywhere near you!

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Written by Georgia Brown

A 20 year old from the UK. I like bands and video games. If you believe in music like I do, I'm sure we'll get on well.