Deaf Havana frontman James Veck-Gilodi has said that their new single 'Fever' is the 'darkest song lyrically' on their new album 'All These Countless Nights'. Their fourth studio album will be released at the end of January through So Recordings and follows on from their top ten 2013 album 'Old Souls'.
The video for Fever is part of a trilogy filmed by the band in Mexico which spans the tracks 'Sing', 'Trigger' and 'Fever'. 'I always loved the idea of having several videos that were all part of a bigger story, I felt like the 3 singles were perfect for this as they all shared and underlying theme of feeling alienated and out of control,' explains James.
Deaf Havana play a short UK tour in February:
17: Manchester 02 Ritz
18: Glasgow 02 ABC
20: Bristol 02 Academy
21: Birmingham 02 Academy
23: Norwich UEA
24: London 02 Forum Kentish Town
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