Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Rising Fever. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked the atmosphere created by his music.
The first thing that struck me while listening to the music of this artist is the warm and passionate voice that manages to make you believe in the words of the lyrics.
An engaging and very modern sound that I don’t think will have trouble getting noticed as it is a very popular genre nowadays.
A very interesting compositional ability, a never banal and obvious chord progression that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second.
The production is very good, I would say intimate and twilight and creates the right atmosphere. The mix in particular leaves the right space for each sound element and the song breathes well.
A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.
Creatures is Rising Fever’s Single Out Now!
Sweet and Refined!
Rising Fever is the Moniker of singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Sammy Harrison. Rising Fever was created in 2018, following an extensive American road trip. Rising Fever HQ is based out the Nowhere Man Cafe in Brighton (owned in part by band, Demob Happy) where, as a base for an emerging community of artists and musicians, they run shows, have a recording studio and, of course, eat a lot of pancakes. Sammy’s love of transatlantic indie-folk, artists such as Half Moon Run and Damien Rice, can be felt in the DNA of his music, and also conveniently, reflected in his Canadian and Irish heritage.
Sammy was recently the featured vocalist on BBC One’s The Syndicate theme song in March 2021. He also has recently supported Nashville singers Robby Hecht and Caroline Spence at The Brighton Komedia, Fat Possum’s Erika Wennerstrom ( Heartless Bastards) at The Green Door, as well as supporting the multi-award winning, Canadian songwriter, Ben Caplan on his sold out U.K. tour.
Rising Fever’s upcoming release ‘Creatures’ was made in two studios; in Denver, CO, and Brighton UK, respectively, and it processes a cinematic, indie-folk sound. It was co-produced by David Nowatowski (Scars on 45) and Nettwerk producer Chris Hutchison (Ed Prosek, Aisha Badru, The Xcerts) and final mix was soundshaped by Ed Martin (Michael Baker).