Hot on the heels of their incendiary, festival-stealing, debut UK performance at Download on Saturday, THE FEVER 333 have announced their first UK headline show in London, two days prior to their previously announced set at Reading Festival on Friday. Dates rack up as follows:
Wed 22nd Aug – LONDON’s O2 Islington Academy
Fri 24th Aug – READING Festival
Tickets for the headline show go on sale at 10am Monday 18th August over at www.livenation.co.uk and are expected to move extremely quickly.
The Los Angeles-based trio’s debut EP, Made An America is available at all digital music retailers and streaming services – http://roadrunnerrecords.lnk.to/madeanamerica – with an exclusive bundle available via the official Roadrunner webstore – http://smarturl.it/TheFever333store.
Put together by vocalist Jason Aalon Butler [ex-letlive.], drummer Aric Improta [Night Verses] and guitarist Stephen Harrison [ex-The Chariot], THE FEVER 333 are explicitly devoted to their cause, delivering aggressive advocacy through an incendiary blend of punk, hip-hop and thrash. The Made An America EP demonstrates THE FEVER 333’s activism, with the title focus track – https://youtu.be/hYEu_T2z9tw – and Walking In My Shoes – https://youtu.be/RJS40CWa2hc – serving as the banner for THE FEVER 333’s focus on ‘The Three C’s’; community, charity, and change.
“The movement is much greater than the music,” says Butler. “The art is only a contingent piece. We want to make sure we’re just as involved in the activism and actual activation. By no means do we expect other artists to take on this task. Most of the people who made big improvements were either assassinated or just called crazy. We make it ostensibly clear that everything we do is in an active effort for change. It’s about bringing back that socio-political mindfulness. We’re trying to write the soundtrack to the revolution that we know is about to happen.”
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