Following their 2021 self-titled EP, Feverchild continued to write and have had the opportunity to play songs in front of a live audience for the first time—mostly amongst the Belgian hardcore scene. "Witching Hour" and "You Know I Can't" pick up where their previous EP left off—incorporating much of the '90s emo influences heard prior, but with more post-hardcore leanings. Heavier guitar riffs and palm muting recall the sound from heavier '90s emo bands like Memorial Day, early-Falling Forward, and Kill Holiday. Lyrically, Feverchild still delivers strongly and thoughtfully with a memorable bridge like, "So cure me—secure me". Feverchild continues to progress in the genre, with the help of producer, Gilles Demolder, to write their strongest songs yet. It's a preview of what's to come, as the band begins to write their follow-up album later in 2022.
— Shirt bundles include the "Red" cassette variant
— Tapes include a box sleeve and 4-panel layout with extended art & photos
— These are mockups and the actual products may vary
— Shirts will be printed on "Denim Blue" Hanes Beefy-T
— Shirt brand/style may differ depending on availability
— Orders include “Witching Hour / You Know I Can't” high-quality download in your choice of MP3, FLAC, WAV, ALAC +more to be delivered via email.
First Press | Cassette Tape
25 Clear w/ Blue Imprint
75 Red w/ White Imprint