Grammy-nominated activists FEVER 333 have announced the first leg of D333MONSTRATIONS 2019, a solo run of U.S. headline tour dates which will kick off April 18th at The Regent in Los Angeles, CA, with additional demonstrations to be revealed next week. Pre-sale tickets are available now from DICE, the mobile ticketing and discovery platform, with additional pre-sales also available today from Live Nation and Ticketmaster. All remaining tickets will go on sale to the public on March 1st at 10:00AM local time. For tickets and more information visit www.FEVER333.com.
Earlier this month FEVER 333 shared an official music video for “One Of Us,” which is featured on their acclaimed Roadrunner/333 Wreckords Crew debut LP, STRENGTH IN NUMB333RS. The video, which is directed by FEVER 333 vocalist Jason Aalon Butler and Djay Brauner, sees the band demonstrating alongside allies on the streets of downtown Los Angeles as they march towards City Hall. The video, which features fans holding personalized protest signs, was filmed just days after FEVER 333 celebrated the release of STRENGTH IN NUMB333RS by marching alongside the United Teachers of Los Angeles in support of their strike.
STRENGTH IN NUMB333RS is available at all DSPs with exclusive bundles available at FEVER 333’s website. $3.33 from the sale of each album bundle will be donated to the Walking In My Shoes Foundation started by the band’s own Jason Aalon Butler. The foundation benefits organizations that generate empathy, understanding, and change in the communities they serve including Movement Voter Project – Black Voter Fund, United For A Fair Economy, and Mijente Support Committee.
Comprised of vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, drummer Aric Improta, and guitarist Stephen Harrison, FEVER 333 released their politically charged, breakthrough EP, MADE AN AMERICA earlier this year. The collection is highlighted by the EP’s title track and the Top 10 Rock Radio track “WALKING IN MY SHOES.” This September FEVER 333 offered an official remix for “MADE IN AMERICA” featuring Vic Mensa and Travis Barker, which was joined by an official music video. The black and white clip for the remix, directed Brandon Dermer, sees Butler and Mensa backed by Barker on drums as they spit vitriol aimed at the injustices committed against underrepresented communities.