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Surf pop prom rock from GO FEVER on debut Self-Titled album

In 2016, Australian singer-songwriter Acey Monaro assembled a group comprised of members of her favorite Austin bands to form Go Fever. Monaro’s strong voice and crafty lyrics evoke  Tracey Ann Campbell as much as J. Tillman, embodying surf pop with classic rock and roll influences. The band has just released their debut single “Come Undone,” about which Impose had to say: “Monaro’s charming vocal arrangements are incredibly accessible, featuring a handful of truly memorable hooks.”

Raised in an Australian country town, Acey Monaro dropped out of school at 14, left home a year later, then married a man twice her age. After divorcing her husband after 7 years at the ripe old age of 26, she began writing songs and performing solo gigs in Sydney.Her strong voice and crafty lyrics- evoking Tracey Ann Campbell as much as J. Tillman, but all inspired by her own brimming storybook- soon garnered a dedicated audience and prompted an early reviewer to compare her simultaneously to Feist and Emmylou Harris.

Acey fell in love whilst on holiday in Austin, Texas and eventually made the permanent move to the Lone Star State to marry him and record her debut EP with Brad Bell (War On Drugs, Arcade Fire, Spoon) in 2013.

In 2016, Acey assembled a group comprised of members of her favorite Austin bands – Sam Rives (keys, trumpet), Benjamin Burdick (bass), Keith Lough (guitar) and Josh Merry (drums) – to form Go Fever. The songs are surf pop with classic rock and roll influences, featuring three part harmonies.

They have just finished their self-titled debut LP, produced and engineered by Danny Reisch (Delta Spirit, White Denim, Other Lives), which will be released on February 24th 2017.

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