“This album feels a tad fresher compared to previous releases and even their peers, there is a fair level of diversity. From pulling in influences from old-school pop punk classics to the angst in easycore, then coming in with calming acoustic slow burners such as ‘Which You Were Here’ and the uplifting ’19 Seventy Sumthin’’. Tracks such as ‘Heavy Lies’ and ‘Where Do We Go When We Go’ are a much-needed return to the pop punk side of things and return to the Neck Deep I remember from previous releases.
I personally don’t think this album is better than ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’, that was a very good album. However, the level of diversity keeps me interested in ‘The Peace And The Panic’ without it being too different to previous material, this is still very much a Neck Deep album and one that keeps pushing them to pop-punk greatness.”
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Find the full review at Broken Arrow Magazine here