Little Fevers Drop “Bones” Video w/ Elmore + Nat’l Tour Continues, Debut LP Out Now

Little Fevers

Bones” Video Revealed w/ Elmore Magazine

Debut LP Field Trip Out Now, National Tour Continues

11/21: St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Barr & Hall

12/4: Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews

12/5: Ames, IA @ Bluestem Ames

“…infectious pop rock gems”­ – Consequence of Sound

“This Minneapolis quartet could slot neatly in amongst a Mates of State record, a Pavement full-length and Vampire Weekend’s first album…” VICE’s Noisey


Photo Credit: Ashley Boman

Minneapolis based four-piece Little Fevers recently released their critically praised debut album Field Trip. Continuing on a national fall tour which has seen them in NYC, Chicago and more, the band is thrilled to share a brand new video for album cut “Bones”. The video was shot on a waterproof Super 8 camera during a 2014 summer excursion. Band band’s own Eamonn McLain shares, The intent is not necessarily to tell a story but rather to capture a sense of adventure and the excitement of exploration and risk taking. We live in Minnesota where the woods and water defines us. Summer here is something special and doesn’t get nearly the recognition as it’s freezing counterpart. What better way to boost the flavor of a song then to show how much fun we can have outside.”

Watch “Bones” video:

Little Fevers emerges with a vibrant and widely accessible work, highlighted by reverb-drenched guitar textures and the twang influenced vocals of Lucy Michelle. Field Trip is a sweet and crunchy amalgamation of pop-rock. Recorded with Matt Boynton (Beirut, MGMT) and mastered by David Gardner (Black Lips), three songs on the record were specially recorded by engineer Neil Weir at the historic Old Blackberry Way in Minneapolis where Twin Tone Records was born (The Replacements).


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