They’ve already had their first string of headline shows across the UK with supporting band This Feeling, and have just spent the first half of this year supporting indie legends Blossoms on their March 2020 UK tour. Giving a listen to their first singles ‘Jungle Man’ and ‘Money Love’ will show you just why these boys – James Harrod, Mitchell Capes, Charley May, Joe Gray, and Sam Howell – are already making their mark. With gritty, funky guitars, powerful vocals, and catchy choruses, both songs are a pleasure to listen to and downright promising. Their latest single ‘Electric’ came out last month and with summery, distorted guitars and raw, echoey vocals, it’s undoubtedly their best work yet. If you’re a fan of The Strokes, Oasis or Circa Waves, you’ll probably love Fever.
For the boys, their latest single ‘Electric’ has been inspired by the predictability of entering a new relationship. Highlighting that musically, it was one of the earliest tracks they worked on as a band.
“I think we all knew early on that it had probably one of the biggest or catchiest choruses we’d written to date, so it was just about embracing that and trying to make the track equally “hooky”. (Joe, Drummer)
The bands first couple of singles (‘Jungle Man’ & ‘Money Love’) were produced initially to give people a short taster of what the band represents. To show two different sides to the band, as not to get pigeonholed straight away. The artists highlight wanting to hold back the likes of ‘Electric’ until after the Blossoms tour, so that they had a bigger potential audience to be heard by.