Fever Release New Single “A Place You Call Home”

Fever Release New Single "A Place You Call Home"

Hull indie rock five-piece Fever have released their new single “A Place You Call Home“.

The song, produced by LIFE drummer, Stew Baxter, is out now and follows this year’s track “Long Ago“. Grab it here.

Leading on from the success of his previous band Fronteers, James Harrod (lead singer) started Fever with childhood friends Mitchell Capes (guitar) and Joe Gray (drums) in late 2019. Sam Howell (keys) and Ellis Keogh (bass) joined in 2020 & 2021 respectively to complete the line-up we see today.

Speaking on the single, Harrod says: “A Place You Call Home was inspired by the feeling of being uncomfortable in your own skin and the sense of detachment from your emotions that it brings. The title reflects finding comfort in your home as a remedy, but in reality it’s avoidance.”

Take a listen now.

Fever “A Place You Call Home”

Having already toured with the likes of Blossoms, The Lathums & Red Rum Club, the band are also set to support Two Door Cinema Club at Hull’s Connexin Live this October. They’ll then head out on their own run of headline dates in November, starting at The Jacaranda in Liverpool and ending at Dead Wax in Birmingham.

Fever 2023 Live Dates

30 – Stockton-On-Tees, The Gathering Sounds Festival

24 – Hull, Connexin Live (supporting Two Door Cinema Club)

03 – Liverpool, Jacaranda
04 – Manchester, Off The Square
18 – London, Water Rats
25 – Birmingham, Dead Wax

Photo Credit: Luke Hallett