Fizzy Blood release new single ‘AHDH’

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Explosive and guttural, FIZZY BLOOD are aptly named and causing a stir. The rising Leeds band release new single AHDH today, which erupts with unhinged energy.

“ADHD is a song of contrasts. The lightheartedness of the music and the seriousness of lyrics don’t really match up which gives it that little extra edge.  It’s like a prescription written on a sandwich board” 
– Benki Inkley, Vocals

ADHD saw its worldwide radio premiere on last nights BBC Radio 1 Rock Show alongside an exclusive interview. The track drops just before the band’s performance on the hallowed grounds of Reading & Leeds festivals, marking the culmination of a heavy year of touring. Highlights include their second performance at SXSW, support to While She Sleeps, Liverpool Sound City, The Great Escape, Camden Rocks, Download, 2000 Trees and Tramlines festivals.

“Being a band based in Leeds all you hear, all summer long is ‘Ahh so you’re going to Leeds Festival right?’. In years previous we’d have said with broken hearts a collective no. We’re all buzzing to now actually reply to those people with ‘yeah see you there!’. Without a doubt, it is our favourite festival in the UK, and it’ll be an exciting first for many of us to check out Reading festival too. We love mud so much!” 
– Benji Inkley
Previous singles Summer Of Luv and Pawn have seen support from BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Daniel P. Carter and Phil Taggart, alongside 6Music, Radio X, Kerrang! and Amazing Radio.

Forthcoming EP SUMMER OF LUV follows colossal debut EP Feast (2015), which generated widespread praise and fuelled shows alongside Allusondrugs, The Virginmarys, Max Raptor and The Dead Kennedys.

Pre-order SUMMER OF LUV at http://smarturl.it/jn99n7 
TRACK LISTING
Pawn
ADHD
Haunted
Summer Of Luv
Healing Isn’t Free
Brimming with energy, an ear for contagious melodies and blistering musicianship, forthcoming EP SUMMER OF LUV is the blood, sweat and tears that FIZZY BLOOD have put into this year. And with so much more to give, it’s only a matter of time until FIZZY BLOOD becomes a household name in British music.
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