Following the release of their debut EP, Made An America, the Fever 333 have dropped another new song, “Trigger.”

Listen to the single below!

Read more: The Fever 333 surprise drop debut EP, sign to Roadrunner Records

Speaking on their new song, vocalist Jason Aalon Butler (ex letlive.) shares in a statement posted to the band’s Facebook page that we need to start having a conversation about gun violence in America.

Read the full statement below:

I’m not here to tilt anyone towards my side of a complicated and ideological argument with biases. I’m not here to add more fuel to the fire that burns between those divided on this issue. I’m not even here to talk about where I stand. 

I’m just here to ask our country to be honest with ourselves and understand it would be remiss, ignorant, and blatantly irresponsible if we didn’t acknowledge that we have developed a problem when it comes to gun violence in America. 

This statement alone seems to upset some, but please know that I am not saying I want to take away your rights granted in the constitution and I’m not saying anything about any individual that bears a firearm as I don’t venture to know each and every one of you. 

But I do know we are leading the planet in gun-related deaths and now we are seeing a disturbing frequency in what they consider mass shootings. We have children taking the lives of other children with these weapons. We have people using weapons designed to efficiently kill as many people as possible to do just that. We are the only country in the world facing this issue the way we do. 

I understand there are a collection of factors at play when dealing with shooters; mental health, education, misinformation to name a few, and I am not mitigating or pushing those aside, but today- RIGHT NOW I’m talking about the acquisition of firearms.  I’m talking about the protocol by which we obtain firearms and the statistical problem we are fostering every day we do not ask for some sort of reform, solution, or acknowledgement regarding this matter. 

I understand how we got here, rebellion got us here and rebellion will keep us here – but when the things that we want to protect ourselves with are killing us, we need to have that conversation and it needs to happen now.”

Listen to “Trigger” below:

You can get your free download of the song here.

In addition to the song, the band posted a clip of Butler standing in front of Washington, D.C.’s NRA building.

Watch the video below:

The Fever 333 will be hitting the road on a few headlining and festival dates. Check out the full list of cities and dates below, and get your tickets here.


05/23 – Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre *
05/24 – Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium *
05/26 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep *
05/27 – Denver, CO @ The Moon Room (Summit Music Hall) *
05/29 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory *
05/31 – Reno, NV @ Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor *
06/01 – Fresno, CA @ Fulton 55 *
08/26 – Brooklyn, NY @ Afropunk Festival 2018 #
10/06 – Camden, NJ @ Monster Energy’s Rock Allegiance 2018 #
10/13 – 10/14 – Sacramento, CA @ Monster Energy Aftershock 2018 #

*Headline Date, #Festival Date