FEVER 333 is now down to just one member.
On Monday, guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta announced that they are no longer in the band. That leaves frontman Jason Aalon Butler as the sole member of FEVER 333.
In a statement posted to his Instagram, Harrison alludes to a possible personal conflict within the group.
"I won't get into the details but things were pretty bad internally," Harrison writes. "That plus creative differences sort of left me with no choice."
"That said, I'm so thankful for all the amazing fans, people who helped Fever behind the scenes, and my friends and family who supported me through all of this," he adds. "Your support means so much."
Meanwhile, in his own statement, Improta writes that his decision to leave was "layered," adding, "Ultimately, I'd just rather dedicate my time to projects that operate different than that one."
Harrison and Improta write that they will "probably do something together in the future."
Butler, meanwhile, writes in the comments of his Instagram that FEVER 333 is still set to continue.
"This project was started due to a vision and that vision will be realized because it has to," Butler says.
FEVER 333 broke out in 2018 with the singles "Made an America" and "Walking in My Shoes." They released their debut album, Strength in Numb333rs, in 2019.