New Audio: Fever High’s Breezy, New Single “All Work” Channels 80s Pop

Comprised of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Reni Lane, who released a solo album on Universal Motown, and has collaborated and/or toured with The Like, Joseph Arthur, EurythmicsDave Stewart, Linda Perry, Howie Day and others; Anna Noreen, a singer/songwriter and guitarist, who recently released a solo EP, You Know Where I Am and has acted in a number of indie films; Adam Schlesinger, best known as a member of the renowned band Fountains of Wayne in the role of producer and collaborator; and the recently recruited Brian Wolfe (drums), who’s played with Sufjan Stevens, David Byrne and St. Vincent, the Brooklyn-based act Fever High have started to receive attention across the blogosphere for a breezy and nostalgic pop sound that’s but channels the pop sound of the 80s. The act’s latest single “All Work,” a summery, pop confection consisting of chiming percussion, four-on-the-floor-like drumming and chanted, harmonized vocals to craft a song that sounds as though it’s channeling infectious, hook-laden 80s pop such as Banarama and others. Listening to this track should remind you of spending long weekends at the pool or the beach and flirting with that pretty young thing next to you.