FEVA – Uneasy

Words: Samantha Sadler

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of North East four-piece FEVA and I’m buzzing that their latest track ‘Uneasy’ is an absolute banger.

Opening with psychedelic swirling loops reminiscent to The Horrors and The Oh Sees, it’s not long before explosive drumming and crashing cymbals enter the mix as frontman Sam fervently exclaims he’s tired of feeling uneasy.

A proper rock and roll tune with buckets of punk thrown in there in the form fiery riffs and an angry, anthemic chorus, this is probably one of the best tracks the guys have released so far.

More of a statement than a story, the outfit describe their latest release as a punk song at heart – simple yet very angry.

“The expectations of life can often leave us well and truly out of our comfort zone, torn between yesterday and tomorrow. Forget yesterday, forget tomorrow you’ll get it right eventually.”


8 SEP – Northumbria Institute 2, Newcastle
13 OCT – Twisterella, Middlesbrough

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