Fever 333 Unveil Doco/Movie Showcasing Their First Year of Strength In Numb333rs

It’s hard to believe it’s just been over a year since Fever 333 released their debut album Strength in Numb333rs last year (our review here) and if you take a look back at what they achieved in 2019, you’d wouldn’t be surprised by just how big this band is going to be in a couple of years time. The three-piece consisting of Jason Aalon Butler (Vocals), Aric Improta (Drums) and Stephen Harrison (Guitar) have taken the world and fans by storm since their debut back in 2017 and now we get to take a look back at some of the cool shit they got up to since releasing that album with their doco/movie Elephant!

In a statement, the band revealed:

Elephant – A short moving picture celebrating the first year of Strength In Numb333rs.

A testament to the people and their power. An example of that power being shared with us and inspiring what we do and how we do it. We captured these moments to remind ourselves and our allies that they are the reason for all of this. Make no mistake- there is a movement happening and we want to make it clear that we are simply hoping to provide a soundtrack to it. Thank you for letting us be a part of YOUR movement. All power to all people. Let them know- there’s a fever coming…

Take a look then head back to the band’s first ever Australian demonstration at The Brightside in Brisbane (coverage here) while they were in the country for Download Festival just to see why we think this band is going to absolutely dominate this year and beyond…

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