Former letlive. frontman Jason Aalon Bulter has formed a new band with a seriously stacked lineup that includes Aric Improta (Night Verses) and Stephen Harrison (the Chariot) called the Fever. The band debuted some music as part of a “Political Pool Party” in a parking lot outside a dounut shop on the 4th of July holiday yesterday. 

Check out the footage below!

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A few days prior, Butler, Improta, Harrison and the Fever's offical account posted this to Instagram:

 

To all the tired, frustrated, and brave, come join us -333

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Bulter added the caption: “To those of you who want change, here is an offering to start that conversation. I've had a lot of people asking me what I'll be doing in the future—here is a taste of that. I love art. I love being a musician. I love progress. And I am no stranger to pushing back if I feel it is necessary. This will be an exhibition of all the things I love w/ like minded people for whom I care deeply. To all the tired, frustrated, and brave, come join us.” 

On Indepndence Day the guys posted up with thier gear outside of Randy's Dounuts in Inglewood, CA for a performance and impromptu circle pit. Check out some footage of the performance below! 

 

 In this fan video you can see Jason Aalon Bulter climb on top of their trailer! 

The band made sure to let everyone know not to crowd the lot too soon, to be respectful of the donut shop, and to buy a donut while they were there. 

We totally wish we were there, even though technically there was no pool. What do you think of the Fever's sound? Sound off in the comments below!

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