slo/tide, the Alternative/Indie Project of Underoath’s Spencer Chamberlain Releases Music Video For Debut Single “Neck High”

Three-time Grammy-nominated and RIAA Gold-certified Underoath frontman Spencer Chamberlain is debuting a new video for “Neck High,” the first track from his alternative/indie leaning project slo/tide.

The single has been gaining traction at radio with spins on SiriusXM/ AltNation’s “Advance Placement.”

Chamberlain tells Brooklynvegan“This being my first video for my solo project slo/tide I wanted to bring in long time homie Max Gensler on this first round of visuals; he’s the same dude that’s been on tour with me in the past shooting video and came out to the studio while I was tracking the slo/tide album to shoot bts footage there as well. I consider Max a part of the slo/tide family and I’m stoked for everyone to see what we did!”

Teaming up on songwriting with alt darlings Sir Sly, slo/tide pulls from a unique blend of influences from acclaimed indie peers fused with the spirit of his hard rock roots to create an impressive body of work that is at once enlightening and arresting.

At times an instantly-listenable perfect poolside soundtrack channeling the classic alt-pop stylings of Foster The People and Tame Impala, while at others diving into dark layers of musical experimentation a la Pink Floyd and Radiohead, slo-tide’s new single should impress both long-time fans of Chamberlain and a whole new audience who are about to discover their new favorite band.

Stream ‘Neck High’ on DSPs: https://orcd.co/me1ke7o

Of “Neck High”, Chamberlain comments, “I’ve been writing music since I was a kid and 9 times out of 10 it’s not the heavy music the world knows of me. slo/tide was an idea I started in 2015, but the songs started coming together in 2019-early 2021. “Neck High” was created after jamming with my friends in Sir Sly for over ten hours – the last song I wrote before the pandemic and the first taste for the listener to see how the other side of my brain works. In this song I’m singing to myself in a hopeful tone about how no matter how bad things seem, I’ve always found a way to swim through it. So here’s “Neck High” – I hope you enjoy it.”