Fever 333 release the video of “New West Order” and announce an extensive tour

Author Benedetta Baldin - 19.6.2024

Fever 333 have released a new single called “New West Order“. Check out the official video by clicking here:

There is an intersectional hot bed where the hood and hardcore meet. For pimp’s and punks alike to enjoy and celebrate their taboos. This intersection is beautifully represented in Los Angeles and ‘New West Order‘ is an unapologetic exploration of my experience as a social variable growing up in LA that I think the world should also have the privilege of being exposed to. It is also the beginning of west coast gangster rock as a genre and a culture. The beauty in disparity and these nuanced diamonds forged from the pressures we experience in alternative commodities (of all types against the background of our status quo) and, particularly, people of color. I spent about six years talking about how I felt about these governmental/societal systems and imbalances; now I’m going to talk about why I feel this way and the experiences that shaped such ideologies. Aaron Butler

DJay Brawner (Staind, Thrice) worked with the band on the video. Butler’s adoption of the term “gangster rock” has strong familial roots because in 1977 his father’s band Aalon released the track “Rock ‘N’ Roll Gangster.” The dates for the band’s “Welcome To Tha Function Tour” have been revealed. This fall, the North American adventure will take place, with Zulu providing direct support for the entirety of the U.S. leg. On a few dates, Move, Hue, Clique, and Bucki Sugar will also be performing. An announcement on support for the European/UK leg is pending.

With ZuluClique & Bucki Sugar:

10/17 Los Angeles, CA – 1720
10/18 Garden Grove, CA – Garden Grove Amp

With Zulu & Clique:

10/19 Mesa, AZ – Nile
10/21 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell
10/22 Denver, CO – Bluebird
10/24 Austin, TX – Mohawk
10/25 Dallas, TX – Trees

With Zulu & Hue:

10/27 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
10/29 Milwaukee, WI – Vivarium
10/30 Chicago, IL – Outset
10/31 Detroit, MI – Shelter
11/01 Cleveland, OH – The Roxy
11/02 Indianapolis, IN – Hi-Fi

With Zulu & Move:

11/04 Boston, MA – The Sinclair
11/06 Philadelphia, PA – The Church

With ZuluMove & Hue:

11/07 Washington, DC – Union Stage
11/08 Brooklyn, NY – The Monarch

11/14 Amsterdam, NET – Melkweg Max
11/15 Munster, Germany- Skaters Palace
11/16 Hamburg, GER – Fabrik
11/17 Berlin, GER – Astra
11/19 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
11/20 Prague, CZE – Roxy
11/21 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
11/23 Vienna, AUT – Simm City
11/24 Zurich, SWI – Komplex 457
11/26 Cologne, FRA – Carlswerk Victoria
11/27 Paris, FRA – Bataclan
11/29 Antwerp, BEL – Trix
11/30 Manchester, UK – New Century Hall
12/01 Glasgow, UK – Garage
12/03 Birmingham, UK – XOYO Birmingham
12/05 Bristol, UK – Marble Factory
12/06 London, UK – Electric Brixton