Little Big Town Feels the ‘Summer Fever’ in New Single
With the start of summer only weeks away, Little Big Town dove right into the deep end of the season by hinting at the release of their new single, “Summer Fever.”
The song, which is penned by songwriters Jesse Frasure, Cary Barlowe and Sam Romans, found a home with the country group to send off to radio as their upcoming track. Produced by Frasure and Shane McAnally, fans can expect an upbeat anthem ready for those hot days underneath the beaming sunshine.
“It’s always amazing when a song seems to just wait for its own perfect timing,” Frasure said recently in a press release about the song. “Getting the chance to bring this song to life in the writing room with my co-writers, and through the opportunity to co-produce with my friend Shane McAnally has been a dream come true. I can’t wait to hear this song coming out of a rolled down window this summer.”
McAnally even implied that “Summer Fever” will get everyone out of their seats and onto the dance floor with its catchy rhythm and party-like vibes. Karen Fairchild will increase that good feeling even further with her lead vocals guiding the way.
“I dare you to sit still when this song comes on…it’s impossible,” said McAnally. “I don’t even dance, but something comes over me when this thing kicks in. I can’t wait for the world to catch Summer Fever.”
The quartet released their last album, The Breaker, in early 2017, and achieved great recognition with singles like “Better Man” and “Happy People.”
Little Big Town’s “Summer Fever” arrives on Wednesday, June 6.