FEVER 333 have released “BITE BACK,” their explosive new single and the first taste of music from their forthcoming EP WRONG GENERATION, which will arrive October 23rd via Roadrunner Records / 333 WRECKORDS CREW. “BITE BACK” is available now on all streaming platforms with pre-orders for WRONG GENERATION available at WWW.FEVER333.COM.
Following the tragic murder of George Floyd, FEVER 333 vocalist Jason Aalon Butler spent 13 days in the streets as he marched on the frontlines of rebellion in Los Angeles. On the 14th day, he came home and wrote what would become their forthcoming collection, WRONG GENERATION.
Speaking about “BITE BACK” Butler elaborated on the songs origins: “Everything in this song was what I’d seen during those 13 days and what I felt needed to happen. I saw buildings burn. I saw fights. I saw white allies stepping in front of the National Guard, because they knew they had a power those black bodies behind them did not. What did you expect? When you put any creature in a corner for so long and show them how quickly life can be taken from them, I don’t know what other option there is but fighting back.”
WORLDWIDE D333MONSTRATIONS FOR THE WRONG GENERATION follows FEVER 333’s groundbreaking LONG LIVE THE INNOCENT livestream, which drew in over 300,000 views for the one night only full production livestream performance. Conceived in solidarity with the communities across the county protesting for justice, FEVER 333 donated all proceeds from the performance to the Minnesota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter, initiatives aimed at advancing the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through mass-mobilization and the creation of new systems that elevate the next generation of change leaders. Last year, FEVER 333 took the world by storm with their global headline D333MONSTRATIONS tour. Alongside sold-out demonstrations, FEVER 333 ignited festival stages across the world at: Lollapalooza South America, AfroPunk, Reading, Download UK, Download AU, Park Live Moscow, and Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival.