Mr Little Jeans shared dark pop track "Fevers"

Norwegian-born electro-pop diva Mr Little Jeans released “Fevers,” the title track to her EP after the early release of other singles: “Stitches”, “Fool 4 You” and “Waking Up.” The song was produced by a long-term collaborator Tim Anderson (Banks, Halsey).

“Fevers” is quite different from “Stitches” and has a darker and meaner hummable chorus and electronic synths. Since her stripped-down rendition of Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs,” Monica (her real name) has garnered praises from Billboard, SOMA, New York Magazine, The Wild, and many others.

From her early childhood, she had been immersed in music with listening to PJ Harvey and Massive Attack becoming early influences for her music. To support the EP, the singer began a 5-week North American headline tour which kicked off in Washington and will end in Las Vegas on December 9. You can follow Mr Little Jeans on Spotify, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

You can listen to the entire EP “Fevers” below.

Matias Calderon

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