Originally from a country town in Australia, Acey Monaro fell in love whilst on holiday in Austin, Texas, and eventually made the permanent move to the Lone Star State to marry the guy (now Go Fever’s bassist) in 2013. That year she recorded her debut EP with Brad Bell (War On Drugs, Arcade Fire, Spoon).
In 2016, Acey assembled a group comprised of members of her favorite Austin bands – Jim Campo (keys), Benjamin Burdick (bass), Keith Lough (guitar) and Josh Merry (drums) - to form Go Fever. Their sound evokes all the best music from the second half of the last century, drawing on late 70's pub rock, new wave, girl groups and rock and roll.
Their eponymous debut LP, engineered and produced by Danny Reisch (White Denim, Delta Spirit, Shearwater), was independently released in February 2017 and received medium-high rotation on over 120 college radio stations across the US (making it onto the North American College and Community Top Adds Chart).
They are currently recording their sophomore release at Jim Eno’s home studio, Public Hi-Fi.
"Go Fever's self-titled debut proves Acey Monaro isn't just one of Austin's best songwriters, but an heir to the likes of Elvis Costello" - OVRLD
"Their self-titled album, built around Aussie ex-pat Acey Monaro’s solid songwriting, was one of 2017 strongest debuts" - Austin Statesman
"Go Fever evoke the qualities of beloved bands without ever sounding hackneyed...like the middle ground between Courtney Barnett and the newest Tennis album" - WHWS 105.7