Fever Days, Drugs Review
Bringing us the glorious sounds of youth’s energy and abandon is a Newcastle-upon-Tyne band called Fever Days. With a sound that is a hip mix of alternative pop and New Wave rock. The band’s first single one single, “What’s Your Problem?” (read our review HERE), landed on one of Spotify’s coveted ‘Fresh Finds’ playlists. Locally, Fever Days has created a solid buzz since appearing at Meet The North Festival and tour support slots with Jordan Allen, Our Girl, and Spring King. Fever Days is now releasing their second single titled, “Drugs.” The lyrics (see lyrics below) is about taking drugs to deal with things in life.
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FEVER DAYS – Drugs (lyrics)
Who are you talking to?
It seems you’ve got far too much to say
And I’m not in the mood
But if you insist, alright fine, okay
The rhythm of a beating heart
Serotonin off the charts
Feeling never felt so good
All the senses open wide
Jaw swinging from side to side
Everything seems how it should
But it’ll be okay
Meet your mate down an alleyway
He can give you what you want
To try and keep the thoughts at bay
Forever acting nonchalant
You’re always talking about
Never have enough
You know it shows you’ll never give it up
Never give it up
Have you got nothing else to say man?
What are you smiling for?
Wearing such a filthy grin
Barely made it out the door
I wish you could see the state you’re in
Roll another cigarette
Forty thousand pounds debt
Given up at twenty-two
Take something to numb the brain
Take something to ease the pain
It’s just something else to do
Never give it up
Never give it up ‘cause you never have enough
Release Date: October 25, 2019
A balanced mix delivers the lads singing through a form that has multiple feel changes that brakes from the norm, in a good way.