With a name like The Fever, there’s a whole lotta heat to live up to. Thankfully, their sophomore album, In the City of Sleep, is the cure to that dancing itch you just can’t scratch; with a fuller, darker sound inspiring The Fever’s songwriting to reach new heights.
“Hoodie (Mizz Beats Remix)” [MP3]
Casiotone for the Painfully Alone
“Young Shields” [MP3]
“The Dugout” [MP3]
Young and Sexy
“Conventional Lullabies” [MP3]
“Mt. Wroclai (Idle Days)” [MP3]
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