High hopes: Inside Hopeless Records' plans to build on Neck Deep's transatlantic hit

George Garner

Hopeless Records are celebrating a strong start for Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep’s third album, which charted at No.4 in the UK and US.

The Peace And The Panic sold 9,778 copies in its first week, according to Official Charts Company data. Their 2015 album Life’s Not Out To Get You peaked at No.8 and has sold 39,406.

Ian Harrison, general manager, Hopeless Records, told Music Week the latest album’s sales have lived up to expectations.

“We set some pretty ...

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