What soundtrack comes to mind with dancing, celestial beams of light, explosions of thunderous sound, and dirigibles sailing above the clouds at sunset? In your mind's eye, see, a guitar calls out from the stern of the ship, and rings out into the world below. Tears cannot be held back as the cry soars across the top of an endless sea of clouds. These are the anthems that Fever Fever has delivered with their first album, LoveQuest, and their newly released EP, Kingdom.
In an age where popular music is often filtered with a desire for fame, Fever Fever has set out to create something sincere. The songs are from deep hearts, to deep hearts, sent with divine peace. Largely self-produced, the four young composers of Fever Fever have skillfully woven together melodies reminiscent of tribal chants, drums and rhthyms from around the world, and a genuine movie score feel into their already established blend often deemed atmospheric rock.
Early on in the band's career, the members quickly found themselves desiring truth and wisdom beyond their immediate grasp. This search in time bore a deep love for expression in music and even more a love for knowing and loving people wholly. Fever Fever’s true heart is captured in their deep connection to the world and its inhabitants.