Hull-based five-piece, Fever, have released their latest single, ‘Honesty’.
With a huge anthemic build-up, ‘Honesty’ jumps into a feel-good banger, standing somewhere between classic indie rock, 90’s Britpop , and hints of 70’s rock. The track is accompanied by the b-side, ‘Back For More’, a reverb-packed tune which hones in on summery grooves and swirling harmonies.
Speaking about ‘Honesty’, lead vocalist James Harrod notes that it’s “a song about being at the make or break point with someone you like. It’s saying we could keep on playing these games with each other or we can just be honest and see what happens.”
The band released their debut single, ‘Jungle Man’ last year, and they’re set to finish their support tour with Blossoms next year.
Listen to ‘Honesty’ here: