FEVER 333 Shares New Song 'Vandals'

FEVER 333 Shares New Song 'Vandals'

Grammy Award-nominated activists FEVER 333 have shared "Vandals", a powerful new standalone single. Available now on all streaming platforms, "Vandals" was originally recorded during sessions for FEVER 333's acclaimed debut LP, "Strength In Numb333rs".

FEVER 333 recently wrapped up a run of European "D333monstrations", which extended a truly epic year of touring for the group. A vast majority of the headline events sold out, without any opening acts. FEVER 333 has dominated stages all over the world, with festival performances at Lollapalooza South America, AfroPunk, Reading, Download UK, Download AU, Park Live Moscow and Japan's Fuji Rock Festival.

Earlier this year, FEVER 333 released the official music video for "Animal", which is streaming now on the band's YouTube channel. Animated and edited by pix3lface, the video pairs footage from FEVER 333's recent "D333monstrations" with strobing illustrations from the artist. "Animal" is featured on "Strength In Numb333rs", available now for streaming and download. $3.33 from the sale of each album bundle will be donated to the band's own Walking In My Shoes Foundation. Created by FEVER 333 vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, the Walking In My Shoes Foundation benefits organizations that generate empathy, understanding, and change within the communities they serve, including Movement Voter Project – Black Voter Fund, United For A Fair Economy, and Mijente Support Committee.

Explicitly devoted to a revolutionary cause and delivering aggressive advocacy through a molotov cocktail of punk, hip-hop, and thrash, FEVER 333's activism serves as the banner for the band's focus on community, charity, and change. Comprised of Butler, drummer Aric Improta, and guitarist Stephen Harrison, FEVER 333 arrived in 2018 with its politically charged debut EP, "Made An America", highlighted by the smash title track as well as the top 10 Rock radio favorite "Walking In My Shoes". "Strength In Numb333rs" followed in January 2019, featuring such rock radio hits as "Burn It" and "One Of Us", both joined by powerful companion videos streaming now via FEVER 333's official YouTube channel. Directed by Butler with filmmaker DJay Brawner, "One Of Us" sees the band demonstrating alongside fans holding personalized protest signs on the streets of downtown Los Angeles as they march towards City Hall.


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