LA’s Jimmy Sweet releases new single Burning Like a Fever this Valentine’s Day.

Halfwaybetween a spiritual experience and a Tarantino soundtrack love affair; Burning Like a Fever
uses sweeping strings and a gospel choir to build a dramatic encompassing soundscape.

A staple on the Los Angeles music scene, Jimmy released debut solo single You Say You
Don’t Love Me on December 1st; a melancholy take of the song by 70’s British punk sensation
Buzzcocks. An avid fan of the UK punk movement of the 70’s, Jimmy discovered the band as
a teenager and went from seeing them live at 16 years old, to opening for them while
performing in band Hot Hot Heat at an LA festival.

Based in the heart of Hollywood, Jimmy also formed cover band The Goodtimes Boys with
members of Fleet Foxes, Hot Hot Heat, The Heavy and The Growlers, hosting sell out
shows at club Good Times at Davey Wayne’s. Sweet got his start playing with Rolan Bolan
(son of glam rock icon Marc Bolan of T.Rex) and legendary San Francisco garage rock band
The Richmond Sluts.

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