Grammy Award-nominated rockers FEVER 333 have shared a new single and music video, “New West Order.” The song is out today via 333 Wreckords Crew/Century Media Records.

“New West Order” is bursting with the fervor and intensity that FEVER 333 — led by Jason Aalon Butler — have become known for, as well as displaying West Coast hip-hop influences, which have been an integral part of Butler’s identity, growing up in Inglewood, California and forming the band there in 2017.

There is an intersectional hot bed where the hood and hardcore meet,” explains Butler on the new song. “For pimp’s and punks alike to enjoy and celebrate their taboos. This intersection is beautifully represented in Los Angeles and ‘New West Order’ is an unapologetic exploration of my experience as a social variable growing up in LA that I think the world should also have the privilege of being exposed to. It is also the beginning of west coast gangster rock as a genre and a culture. The beauty in disparity and these nuanced diamonds forged from the pressures we experience in alternative commodities (of all types against the background of our status quo) and, particularly, people of color. I spent about six years talking about how I felt about these governmental/societal systems and imbalances; now I’m going to talk about why I feel this way and the experiences that shaped such ideologies.

Watch the video for “New West Order” below.

FEVER 333 have also announced headline dates across the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom.Taking place in the fall and kicking off October 17th in Los Angeles, the tour will hit all major cities across the country, wrapping up on November 8th in Brooklyn, New York.

November 14th will kick off their run of shows taking place in the UK and Europe, hitting cities in Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland and more.

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21 at 10AM local time.

FEVER 333 – Upcoming Tour Dates:

October 17 – Los Angeles, CA – 1720

October 18 – Garden Grove, CA – Garden Grove Amp

October 19 – Mesa, AZ – Nile

October 21 – Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell

October 22 – Denver, CO – Bluebird

October 24 – Austin, TX – Mohawk

October 25 – Dallas, TX – Trees

October 27 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall

October 29 – Milwaukee, WI – Vivarium

October 30 – Chicago, IL – Outset

October 31 – Detroit, MI – Shelter

November 1 – Cleveland, OH – The Roxy

November 2 – Indianapolis, IN – HI-FI

November 4 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair

November 6 – Philadelphia, PA – The Church

November 7 – Washington, DC – Union Stage

November 8 – Brooklyn, NY – The Monarch

UK & European Dates:

November 14 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg Max

November 15 – Munster, Germany- Skaters Palace

November 16 – Hamburg, Germany – Fabrik

November 17 – Berlin, Germany – Astra

November 19 – Leipzig, Germany – Felsenkeller

November 20 – Prague, Czech Republic – Roxy

November 21 – Munich, Germany- Backstage Werk

November 23 – Vienna, Austria – Simm City

November 24 – Zurich, Switzerland -Komplex 457

November 26 – Cologne, France – Carlswerk Victoria

November 27 – Paris, France – Bataclan

November 29 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix

November 30 – Manchester, United Kingdom – New Century Hall

December 1 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Garage

December 3 – Birmingham, United Kingdom – XOYO Birmingham

December 5 – Bristol, United Kingdom – Marble Factory

December 6 – London, United Kingdom – Electric Brixton