FEVER 333 Unveil Music Video for Latest Song “New West Order” and Declare Fall Tour Across the US & Europe


Fever 333 has returned with a fresh single called “New West Order” and has also announced an upcoming tour set to begin later this year. The band continues to challenge conventional boundaries, as their latest track blurs the distinction between rap and hardcore music genres.

The lead singer, Jason Aalon Butler, has detailed the song as an exploration of his roots in Los Angeles: “There exists a crossroads where the essence of the neighborhood and hardcore converge. A place where both pimps and punks can revel in their outlaw nature. This junction epitomizes Los Angeles and ‘New West Order’ delves unapologetically into my experience as a social enigma growing up in LA, an experience I believe the world deserves to witness.”

Butler also envisions the song as the catalyst for a burgeoning movement: “This also ushers in the era of West Coast rebel rock as a category and lifestyle. The allure in the midst of disparity and these intricately crafted gems are born from the challenges we face amidst different subcultures (of all kinds against the backdrop of routine) and specifically, individuals of diverse ethnic backgrounds. About six years were spent articulating my sentiments concerning these political and societal constructs and imbalances; now it’s time to elucidate the reasons for my views and the experiences that have influenced such ideologies.”

Fever 333’s solo tour will start in the US on October 17 in LA, traversing major cities nationwide and completing on November 8th in Brooklyn. The European and UK leg of the tour will commence on November 14.

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Review the complete tour lineup below.

US Shows:

10/17 – Los Angeles, CA – 1720
10/18 – Garden Grove, CA – Garden Grove Amp
10/19 – Mesa, AZ – Nile
10/21 – Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell
10/22 – Denver, CO – Bluebird
10/24 – Austin, TX – Mohawk
10/25 – Dallas, TX – Trees
10/27 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
10/29 – Milwaukee, WI – Vivarium
10/30 – Chicago, IL – Outset
10/31 – Detroit, MI – Shelter
11/01 – Cleveland, OH – The Roxy
11/02 – Indianapolis, IN – HI-FI
11/04 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
11/06 – Philadelphia, PA – The Church
11/07 – Washington, DC – Union Stage
11/08 – Brooklyn, NY – The Monarch

UK & European Dates:

11/14 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg Max
11/15 – Munster, Germany- Skaters Palace
11/16 – Hamburg, Germany – Fabrik
11/17 – Berlin, Germany – Astra
11/19 – Leipzig, Germany – Felsenkeller
11/20 – Prague, Czech Republic – Roxy
11/21 – Munich, Germany- Backstage Werk
11/23 – Vienna, Austria – Simm City
11/24 – Zurich, Switzerland -Komplex 457
11/26 – Cologne, France – Carlswerk Victoria
11/27 – Paris, France – Bataclan
11/29 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
11/30 – Manchester, United Kingdom – New Century Hall
12/01 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Garage
12/03 – Birmingham, United Kingdom – XOYO Birmingham
12/05 – Bristol, United Kingdom – Marble Factory
12/06 – London, United Kingdom – Electric Brixton


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