FEVER JOY is an indie/alt/pop duo from LA.
They have a really unique, unorthodox beginning. Singer/songwriter, Avery, grew up as a missionary child in the isolated jungles of Indonesia. Not exactly the epicenter of artistic endeavors.
While she spent many years detached from creative influences, she did write a ton of song lyrics. She wrote in her journal about how she daydreamed of a successful music career and touring the world. When she turned 18 she acted on that dream.
She moved to LA to pursue music. That’s when fate stepped in. While she was performing at an open mic night she happened to meet Sean Baker. They had an instant collaborative connection. They were both able to transform each other’s experiences, thoughts and emotions into music.
They put out some music and played many successful shows. Many people say that music is the universal language. It is the one thing that can connect people, regardless of their location, religion, language or culture.
Music is the one thing that can tear down walls and bring understanding and kindness to people around the world. Fever Joy’s music is layered with meaningful messages.
“Music is one of the only things that allows us to see into other people’s experiences from a distance and connect with them. With that insight, and connection we can learn to be more understanding and helpful with each others circumstances”.
This track is on their upcoming ‘Reflections’ EP, which won’t be out until mid November. This song is available for download now, though.
Hear this track and 29 other new music discovery tracks for this week in the “Song Spotlight” Podcast (episode 53).