Intervurt Give Fans The Fear
"The Fear was one of the tracks we spent a lot of time on in pre-production and possibly the song we feared the most. It is a complex song with intricate arrangements and a killer chorus," commented guitarist Mark Alberici. "This song was influenced by a break-up, and how sometimes it's harder to give up the friendship by having to take a leap of faith. We don't really write with other artists in mind, but once we recorded this we thought it would be great if a country singer did a version of it. It has a swing feel to it and that fits the backwards and forwards idea of the final days of a relationship."
Intervurt brew a smoking cauldron that bleeds light into dark, bending sound around an infectious blend of musicianship, melody and manic tones. The results marry Muse, the Killers and Queens of the Stone Age into a twisted aural honeymoon . The group's debut was recorded at Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios (David Bowie, The Rolling Stones) in New York City and was produced by Mark Plati (David Bowie, Prince, The Cure) and Tom McKay (Joydrop).
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