FEVA Finds That Perfect Spot Between Gritty Rock & Grungy Pop In “Undone”

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Photo: Daniel Stark

Rising band FEVA showcases their sharp rock’n’roll sound but with a groovy twist in new single “Undone.” The track has tints of what we call grungy pop – an unconventionally dense pop sound that has been mutated with other genres, but still delivers big hooks. Its ear-splitting euphony is one that makes your adrenalines dance:

“Undone is another step towards us finding our sound”, the four-piece stated. “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” shared the quartet.

FEVA will be playing some shows in the upcoming months, so don’t miss them:

20 April – Stockton Calling (The Vault Stage)

05 May – Hit The North, Newcastle

25 May – This Is Tomorrow, Newcastle (w/ Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds / The Vaccines)

18 Aug – Hardwick Live, Stockton (w / Manic Street Preachers)