Fever High Premieres Video for “Good Advice (ft. Jeff Goldblum)”
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Today, Brooklyn’s FEVER HIGH premiered their video for “Good Advice (ft. Jeff Goldblum)” at Billboard, who called it an “electro-pop jam.” The track is from the indie pop duo’s recently released album FHNY, which expands further on the danceable, retro-tinged sound that The Guardian described as “iridescent and infectious.”
The duo – multi-instrumentalists Reni Lane and Anna Nordeen – have also found fans in places like Playboy, NPR Music, Bitch Media, Nerdist, and Interview Magazine who called “Good Advice” a “fizzy blast of electro-pop.” The song has also been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Metropolis, Fresh Electronic, and Friday Cratediggers playlists.
Reni explains of the Jeff Goldblum connection, “I knew Jeff through our mutual friend Vincent D’Onofrio. We bonded over our mutual love of jazz piano and stayed in touch. When we sent him ‘Good Advice’ and asked him to improvise something, to my delight he sent us an 8 minute rant of hilarious anecdotes about bad advice he’d been given in his career.”
FHNY continues the band’s collaboration with Adam Schlesinger (Fountains Of Wayne, Ivy) who also produced their debut EP All Work. Reni says, “After releasing All Work, we entered a new stage where we really honed our sound, lyrics, and mood… the new batch of songs takes everything to the next level.” Adds Anna, “We want to sing about things we really feel and have fun at the same time.”
New songs like “Spy” and “These Boys” find FEVER HIGH exploring new rhythmic territory while maintaining their flair for melodic hooks and lyrical playfulness.
After releasing the All Work EP, FEVER HIGH began to play live, with Adam and drummer Brad Wentworth joining Anna and Reni onstage for a run of club shows, as well as a string of dates supporting synthpop pioneers Book Of Love. They found radio support from influential stations like Los Angeles’ KCRW and Austin’s KUTX, and their songs showed up in numerous films and TV shows, including the CW comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Netflix’s To The Bone, and three songs in the 2017 film Fun Mom Dinner.