FEVER 333 Will Go On According to Jason Aalon Butler

FEVER 333 singer Jason Aalon Butler has finally released an official statement regarding the future of the band following the departure of Aric Improta and Stephen Harrison earlier this week.

Butler posted the following on Instagram:

“I want to thank Aric and Stephen for their time in this project- not just because a statement feels required, but because I mean that. We shared some incredible experiences over the last few years and for that I will always be grateful.”

“To the supporters of Fever 333- I started this project in order to fill a space in music and culture that I have always wanted to see and know many others like and unlike me would also like to experience. Offering representation and progress not only on stages but through the art is paramount for me. I told myself I would not compromise that vision and I must hold true to that promise. Not only for me, but the others out there looking for somewhere to feel free. So I want to take this moment to say thank you to Aric, Stephen and everyone who has made that possible thus far. The initial era of Fever 333 was incredible in so many ways and I am so excited to present to you the next one. All LOV333. See y’all soon… -Jason Aalon Butler”

Based on Butler’s comments, it seems FEVER 333 will keep going.

While Harrison and Improta didn’t get into specifics, they cited inner conflicts are the reasons behind their departures. Harrison commented “I won’t get into the details but things were pretty bad internally,” and later adding, “That plus creative differences sort of left me with no choice.” Improta commented, “I’d just rather dedicate my time to projects that operate different than that one.” The two musicians also kept open the possibility of working together again.”

Read Butler’s statement below.

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Ashley Perez is a freelance music journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared on AXS, Chicago Innerview, New City, The Millions, and Illinois Entertainer. She also runs her own music blog at Radio Not Found. Some of her favorite bands include Nirvana, The Cure, Muse, Creeper, and Green Day.

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