Fever has been released as the third single from Deaf Havana's highly anticipated 4th album All These Countless Nights, which comes out on January 27th.
James Veck-Gilodi has spoken about the song, stating it's the "Darkest song lyrically" on the record.
Fever talks about periods of heavy drinking, behavioural changes and the resulting effects on relationships, with lines such as "I saw myself in my mothers eyes and I found some hope" reflecting on the singers visit to his mother, and a conversation that inspired change and balance in his lifestyle.
The music video for Fever is shot in Mexico, and links in with previous songs Sing, and Trigger, to make a three part story. Speaking about it below, James has said:
You can check out the new video below, and click here to pre-order Deaf Havana's latest album, All These Countless Nights.