Minneapolis based four-piece, Little Fevers, is set to release their debut album Field Trip on October 9th. Led by the spellbinding vocals of front woman Lucy Michelle, the band released the third single “Make It Easy” recently via Consequence Of Sound. Shimmering with a ‘70s flecked twang, the track sees Little Fevers effortlessly pivot to a more soulful feel highlighted by the band’s lyrical ingenuity. In celebration of the upcoming release, Little Fevers is set for a national fall tour with additional dates to be announced soon.
Field Trip is a vibrant and widely accessible work with an effervescent warmth. The band previously shared the undeniably infectious album opener “Can’t Get Enough” and “Apple Tree” which garnered critical praise upon their release. Featuring reverb-drenched guitar textures, dreamy vocals, and a formidable baseline, Little Fevers’ debut is a confirmation of the extreme talent hailing from the Minneapolis music scene.
Little Fevers’ debut is a sweet and crunchy amalgamation of pop-rock. Joined by Eamonn McLain (Bass), Geoff Freeman (drums/guitar) and Ashley Boman (synth), Field Trip is a record that shimmers with a distinct, playful and strikingly deep vision. Recorded with Matt Boynton (Beirut, MGMT) and mastered by David Gardner (Black Lips), three songs were specially recorded by engineer Neil Weir at the historic Old Blackberry Way in Minneapolis where Twin Tone Records was born (The Replacements, Hüsker Du).
See Little Fevers in concert this fall!
10/10: Cleveland, OH @ Mahall’s
10/12: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge (tickets)
10/13: Columbus, OH @ Rumba (tickets)
10/14: Chicago, IL @ Tonic Room (tickets)
10/16: Minneapolis, MN @ Turf Club (tickets)
11/6: Duluth, MN @ Red Herring
11/7: Fargo, ND @ Aquarium