The finished product includes tracks that showcase the band's innovative twist on timeless indie rock and roll. It's organic and creative, featuring unconventional instruments such as a harmonium and vibraphone. Fever Fever writes music that everyone, no matter who they are, can connect to. They strive to bring listeners to a timeless place. They create art that fits the popular and indie scene and, hopefully, will fit five years from now.
The band's live performance captures this with dynamic lights, a vintage and homey atmosphere and compelling stage presence. It's these same aspects that have propelled them forward in the licensing industry. Each song is written to encapsulate an emotion or relatable scene and audibly describe it to listeners. The experience is cinematic.
It's big, passionate and at times even hints at aspects of ethnic and world music. Overall, Fever Fever is making strides in the music scene. And their upcoming label debut, Aftermath, will continue to break ground and leave a lasting impression. Regarding the new album, the band states, "Creating Aftermath has been the most fun, taken the most work, and has been the biggest struggle that we've had as a band. Making something that you're proud of and working with your best friends is such a challenge because we hold each other to the highest standards.
We are so proud of this record and so proud of everybody who has worked on it with us." [2.] Norwich based three-piece Fever Fever have been busy making their mark on the last 12 months with BBC Introducing and SXSW appearances earning a string of 5 star reviews. Made up of Rosie, Ellie and Smit, their brand of ferocious art-punk is urgent and exhilarating, serving up pounding drums, molten guitar riffs and acerbic vocals that are precision-made to make DIY idealists lose their minds. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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