"We're thrilled to unleash 'Fever,' our latest single that's set to turn up the heat and melt the ice. It's a track that fuses our love for frosty vibes with fiery rhythms, creating a dance anthem that's both cool and hot at the same time!" - Electric Polar Bears
Staying true to their unique persona and branding, the Electric Polar Bears(who go by the names Zero and Snowball) have embraced a persona that combines the playful and quirky charm of polar bears with the high-energy world of electronic dance music. Known for their knack of curating a fun and whimsical atmosphere, the duo craft full sensory experiences where they combine 3000 LED heads, powerful confetti cannons, captivating lasers, frost machines, and an enchanting penguin parade—all set against the backdrop of their vibrant, lively house beats.
Their signature party-starting antics combined with their infectious sound and magnetic performance style have led to collaborations with notable artists such as Paris Hilton, Nitti Gritti, and TyDi; support from industry tastemakers like Afrojack, Alison Wonderland, Deorro, and Illenium; performances at renowned festivals, including Decadence Arizona, Water Castle Carnival, Global Dance Festival, Give Thanks, and Amsterdam Dance Event; and a showcase at Paris Hilton‘s Neon Wedding, cementing their status as a rising force in the music industry. The duo’s bi-weekly radio show, Igloo Radio, has also been syndicated to stations on five different continents, including Insomniac Radio.
2023 was huge for the polar bear-headed duo, a monumental year that saw them release their uplifting, retro-futurist Where We Started EP; reunite with pop culture icon Paris Hilton to remix her 2023 single, “Hot One“; and join forces with globally-certified, platinum-selling artist Deorro to release their energetic, big room house single “Front to Back.”
Now, fresh off the heels from their Decadence Arizona performance, Electric Polar Bears unveil their electrifying single “Fever” – a boundary-pushing track whose bouncy, vibrant presentation encourages listeners to release tension, lose themselves in the music, and let the rhythm take control. Expertly crafted via the duo’s finely tuned creative synergy – the song flexes a seamless concoction of Snowball’s keyboard skills and Zero’s rhythmic prowess – “Fever” sees Electric Polar Bears embark on a euphoric, infectious journey that’s sure set the dance music scene ablaze.
“Fever” kicks off with mesmerising arpeggiated chord progressions that hypnotically weave through the composition, accompanied by a vocal sample that chants “I got that fever.” Next, the track builds with anticipation before bursting into a cacophony of explosive rhythms and bass – a heart-thumping house beat that kicks off 2024 in style.
Aimed to propel listener’s into a world of dancefloor bliss, “Fever” acutely embodies the next chapter of Electric Polar Bear’s journey, a track destined to leave an indelible mark on listeners across the globe.
ABOUT ELECTRIC POLAR BEARS
The Electric Polar Bears (EPB) were born out of the love in combining detailed stage production with funky, fresh, bouncy house beats. Headquartered in their Antarctica laboratory, Polar Bears Zero and Snowball have amassed everything you might need to throw the ultimate dance party. From their giant custom 3000 LED heads to confetti cannons, lasers, frost machines and even their own penguin brigade, no festival experience is complete without the Polar Bears running the “snow.” The duo ended 2021 strong by releasing singles with Paris Hilton, TyDi, and TheReadSet. They also have hit the radio airwaves with tracks “Simple Things” and “You Never Know.”
By combining forces with their DJ and promoter friends, Zero and Snowball have traveled to stages around the world bringing their experience to life for the masses; even bringing their personal touch to Paris Hilton’s Neon Wedding in Fall 2021. With shows throughout the United States and Mexico already completed; the Bears have already kicked off 2022 strong with the plan of bringing the magic of live dance music to audiences around the world.