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NEWS: The Fever joined by Travis Barker (Blink-182) at their first ever show – watch full set!

Excluding their impromptu performance on Independence Day where they performed a small handful of songs from the back of a U-Haul truck in the car park (or, parking lot) of Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California, freshly born super group The Fever performed their first ever show earlier this week (August 31st 2017) at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood.

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AUDIO: The Fever – Hunting Season

Having only treated us with their debut single ‘We’re Coming In’ a few weeks ago, Los Angeles based politically and socially aware supergroup The Fever have debuted yet another song, titled ‘Hunting Season’, originally showcased at their surprise live debut on Independence Day.

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VIDEO: The Fever – We’re Coming In

Following a surprise DIY debut live showcase outside Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California on Independence Day, newly formed trio The Fever soon after unveiled a stream of their debut single, ‘We’re Coming In’, and now they’ve just dropped a video to accompany the song too.

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AUDIO: The Fever – We’re Coming In

Following their impromptu live debut on Independence Day, where the band performed out of the back of U-Haul truck in the car park of Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California, recently formed supergroup The Fever have now premiered their first song together as a band, titled ‘We’re Coming In’.

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NEWS: The Fever (letlive., The Chariot, Night Verses) make live debut!

After a couple of weeks of teasing online from the projects account along with those suspected to be involved, the recently hyped project The Fever made their live debut yesterday (July 4th 2017) in the parking lot of Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California.

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NEWS: Jason Aalon Butler (ex-letlive.) teases new project!

Back on April 28th 2017, Los Angeles based post-hardcore outfit letlive. regrettably announced that they had put their 15-year long career to bed; news that a lot of people across the scene were taken aback and shocked by and, let’s be honest a lot of people are still yet to get over. The band had released four albums, the last of which being 2016’s ‘If I’m The Devil…’.

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NEWS: letlive. decide to call it a day!

In a rather abrupt and out of the blue announcement via their social channels, post-hardcore outfit letlive. have regrettably announced that after 15 years together as a band, they have decided to part ways and call it a day, stating that “there will be no further activity for the foreseeable future.”

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TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2016!

It’s been unquestionable that 2016 has been, if we’re going to put it very mildly, a whirlwind of a year across several areas of the world. What’s also just as unquestionable is how fantastic of a year it has been for new music and releases, with newborn classic after newborn classic hitting our inboxes and our ears far more often than we’re used to, and we’ve been absolutely loving it.

Consequently, it’s been pretty tough to pull our brains together, split the opinions, define our true loves and hates, but we’ve done it. So, here we have what we collectively feel have been the top 10 best albums to have come out across the past 12 months. If you haven’t heard any of these yet, get that sorted out. Immediately.

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NEWS: letlive. release ‘If I’m The Devil…’ video documentary!

Having released their eagerly awaited fourth full-length ‘If I’m The Devil…’ last week, Californian soul punks letlive. have now released a short video documentary to accompany the record.

In the documentary, the band talk about the meaning of the album, its creation, how the record came together, and how it has helped them to grow and strengthen as a band.

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ALBUM: letlive. – If I’m The Devil…

Release Date: June 10th 2016
Label: Epitaph Records
Website: www.thisisletlive.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theletlive
Twitter: www.twitter.com/thisisletlive

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Becoming stagnant and regurgitating the same material over and over is without question one of the worse things that a band can do, not just for themselves, but also for their fans. California’s letlive. have certainly kept themselves a fresh prospect in the post-hardcore market – breakthrough record ‘Fake History’ is often heralded as a modern classic – and if you’ve ever seen them live then you know that their passion, especially that emitted through the spectacle of frontman Jason Aalon Butler, is undeniably genuine and delivered in spades.

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