Fever presents a special festive showcase of up’n’coming talent from the worlds of music and comedy.
Taking over the legendary FEST Camden comes a seven-strong smorgasbord of promising new acts, perfect for culture vultures who’d like to boast they’ve really heard of these guys first. It’s all part of Fever’s platform to support the most exciting new artists in town. (And if you think you’ve got what it takes, apply here!)
On Wednesday, December 19, the charming Christmas edition will see five musical performers join two comedians for a chilled-out evening of emerging talent. Expect Christmas covers and a sprinkling of festive jokes at this one – tickets are on sale now, and here’s who you’ll be seeing!
🎶 Mali Mae
The prodigiously talented Mali Mae mixes a classical music background and insights into the social media generation to create catchy numbers. All of 18 years old, and with a debut album arriving in 2019, she’s got the world at her feet – and you’ll be one of the first to catch her.
Formed at university and hailing from south west London, this exciting four-piece indie-rock group are making the journey north for your pleasure. Diverse musical influences and memorable pop-rock numbers make them one to keep an eye on.
She describes herself as a “professional weirdo”, and we love her already. Fusing jazz, blues, and pop in an electric blend, Maya’s soulful renditions will echo through your mind long after the last notes have ended.
Multi-talented Freddie is a musical Renaissance man, who writes, sings beautifully, and plays multiple instruments. Taking a day off from his studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, you’ll find echoes of Tom Odell and Bon Iver in the songs of this talented chap.
With her hit single ‘Special’ having spent most of 2018 topping Spotify playlists, Liv Lovelle is primed for wider recognition. She’s teamed up with the equally excellent Tom Jelpke for this live performance, where Liv’s soulful melodies will have you absolutely captivated. You’d be mad to miss them!
Her Edinburgh Fringe performance “left the room quaking with laughter” (VoiceMag), and now Sarah Iles is back in her hometown for more witty insights into the trials of dating post-divorce.
Already known to London audiences from his appearance at the 2018 New Acts of the Year finals, Jake is a Kiwi tour de force with an irreverent take on today’s world. An absolute must-see.