Witch Fever announce debut EP ‘Reincarnate’, share new single

Photo by Debbie Ellis 

Manchester’s Witch Fever have today announced their debut EP Reincarnate, set to be released on October 15th and on 12″ vinyl on December 3rd. Pre-order here. The announcement comes alongside the release of new single “In The Resurrect” which will appear on the EP. This follows on from previous single “Reincarnate“.

Speaking about the EP singer Amy said:

“This is the first time we’ll be releasing something longer than a single so it’s very exciting for us! The EP doesn’t really have a singular meaning behind it, it’s a mix of what our favourite songs to date were! Some of them we wrote and finished during the lockdown and some are a few years old. The overall lyrical content is a cross between biblical and horror imagery as a way to explore empowerment, catharsis and anger. It’s about owning my sexuality, my body and channelling my anger through music. With every piece of music we write we want to break the boundaries of a typical ‘Witch Fever’ song and push ourselves as musicians to keep evolving and getting out of our comfort zones! The more brutal the better!”

They have also announced that they will be supporting the political grime meets punk duo Bob Vylan on their UK Tour at the end of this month through to August, and are still set to play Wave Before The Kick In The Chest in Leeds, and Burn It Down in Devon. Tickets available here.

Listen to the new single below!

Tracklisting:

1. Reincarnate
2. In The Resurrect
3. Abject
4. In Birth
5. Initiation
6. Bully Boy

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