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April 29, 2019


Making their live debut at Evolution Emerging Festival, Fever Days has burst onto the music scene. Based in Newcastle–upon-Tyne, Fever Days has created a New Wave and lo-fi Alt-Pop sound that falls somewhere between Graham Coxon, Cloud Nothings and the Futureheads. With their previous release of ‘What’s Your Problem’ they landed on Spotify’s coveted ‘Fresh Finds’ playlist. Appearances at Meet the North Festival and tour support slots with Jordan Allen, Our Girl, and Spring King have created quite a buzz around this band.


Little India Blogs described their first track ‘What’s Your Problem as “a fuzzy hybrid of punchy electro rhythms, serrated synths, guitar-driven chimes and Green’s Vocals highlighting the edginess of his lyrics.”


Their newest track ‘I See Through It’ was released March 29, 2019 and is a must listen to.


This bands confidence shines through their addictive electro lyrics:


“You don’t need to tell me ‘bout everything that you do
And I’m getting pretty sick of hearing of how you’re starting all brand new
And you don’t need to tell me ‘bout how good things are going for you
I’m just gonna take a guess and say

You always act like you had a real good time either way
I see straight through the personality you’re trying to convey”


‘I See Through It” is another upbeat track from Fever Days that will get you up and dancing. It uses an exciting electro rhythm and catchy lyrics to create a song that is easy to sing along to. 


"I don't know what you talkin' about m8!"



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