Alternative rock seemingly has taken a turn for the better with rising rockers FEVA’s latest track ‘Uneasy’. Jumping headfirst back into the limelight, the gripping and tantalising new single has further established their presence within the up and coming North East indie talent scene. Stepping up their reputation as one of the bigger indie newcomers to make a breakthrough in the industry, the new track doesn’t hold itself back in the slightest.
With a seemingly endless production line of ready-made anthems, the Newcastle quartet continues to impress with their heaviest release to date. An endless and relentless onslaught of noise that draws welcome comparisons to the likes of Sundara Karma and The Amazons.
“It’s not as much of a story but more of a statement”, the four-piece explained. “The expectations of life can often leave us well and truly out of our comfort zone, torn between yesterday and tomorrow. ‘Uneasy’ is a punk song at heart, simple and very, very angry. Forget yesterday, forget tomorrow, you’ll get it right eventually”.
Having already clocked up impressive supports alongside Anteros, Baby Strange and The Pale White in recent months, demonstrating their fierce live reputation in the process, the band’s widespread approval from the likes of The Line Of Best Fit, Clash and Dork along with radio airplay from BBC Radio 1 leaves them well-placed to make their mark ahead of a busy autumn. Who doesn’t love a track that is alt-rock on the outside and angry punk on the inside?
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