New Audio: Introducing the Arena Rock Friendly Sound of Newcastle’s FEVA

After finishing a sold out tour, opening for The Pale White, the Newcastle, UK-based indie rock quartet FEVA have amassed a rapidly growing profile in their native UK — thanks in part for the band’s ability to craft anthemic rockers. Interestingly, the act’s latest single “Undone” as the band explains in press notes “is another step toward us finding our sound. From the beginning, we’ve wanted to write huge, heavy tunes that remain upbeat and have a hook, not dissimilar to soul and pop songs, and we feel as though we’ve done that here and hopefully have a chorus that’ll be stuck in people’s heads for days.” And goddamn it, does the song have a hook — an enormous and rousing hook paired with blistering, arena rock friendly power chords that bring 90s Brit Pop and alt rock to mind.

Building upon a growing profile, the up-and-coming Newcastle-based indie rock quartet will be making a number of UK festival appearances with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and The Vaccines during the summer. Along with that the band will be releasing new material over the next few months.

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