Where Do We Go When We Go

Album: The Peace And The Panic (2017)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the last track on Neck Deep's The Peace And The Panic album. Frontman Ben Barlow explained to Alternative Press that the band released the song as a single as "we feel it summarizes our mood well." he added: "Very directly, the message is: 'F--- all this s--t, f--- all the noise, let's just make something of ourselves before our time is up."
  • The song was written in Ben Barlow's brother Seb's room after rhythm guitarist Sam Bowden had come down for a couple of days. Ben Balow recalled to Kerrang:

    "Seb was looking at ways to make a chorus more interesting. Normally you'd make the chorus this big, bouncy 'moment', but instead Seb wanted to make the verses super-drive-y, and the chorus take a step back. It's ended up being one of the biggest choruses on the record."

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