Recent JET Deuterium experiments with an advanced internal transport barrier (ITB) scenario have been performed to clearly observe destabilised toroidicity-induced Alfvén eigenmodes (TAEs) by fast ions; interestingly, these also exhibit unstable electromagnetic (EM) perturbations in the sub-TAE frequency range. We identify such EM perturbations to be beta-induced ion temperature gradient (BTG) eigenmodes and not beta-induced Alfvén eigenmodes (BAE) nor beta-induced Alfvén acoustic eigenmodes (BAAE) which are often unstable in such high-beta plasma with high power neutral beam injection (NBI). The BTG modes are the most unstable modes due to the high thermal ion temperature gradient related to the ITB and a high ion beta regime. BTG mode experimental characteristics match analytical theory, i.e. location in the vicinity of a rational magnetic surface with a low magnetic shear, mode frequency scaling with the ion drift frequency ($omega_i^*$), and a coupling among Alfvén, acoustic, and drift waves. We also perform linear gyrokinetic simulations with validated plasma profiles and equilibrium, and find a mode kinetically driven by thermal ions with similar characteristics of the experimental BTG modes.