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FIZZY BLOOD UNLEASH FIERY NEW TRACK ‘PAWN’

FIZZY BLOOD – ‘PAWN’

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Today Leeds’ FIZZY BLOOD unshackle their new, high octane track ​PAWN​. Showcasing unrelenting energy, grungey guitar twang and blistering vocals, the track creates a contagious swirling, cyclonic soundscape that you’ll want to dive head first into.

“Pawn is a song about predatory behavior. Taking advantage of people’s desperation in order to manipulate them for your own gain. Now more than ever, I think that’s becoming more relevant and unfortunately something that people in a global sense need to be vigilant towards.

The song was recorded live to tape with very little in the way of overdubbed recording. We wanted to try and recreate the experience of hearing the song live.”  – Paul Howells, Guitars

Explosive and guttural, ​FIZZY BLOOD are aptly named and causing a stir. ​Releasing their colossal debut EP ​FEAST in 2015, widespread praise for the record fuelled a formidable live run, highlights including shows alongside ​Allusondrugs, ​The Virginmarys, ​Max Raptor​ and ​The Dead Kennedys.

2017 is shaping up to be ​FIZZY BLOOD​’s biggest year yet. The band are hot on the tail of their second appearance at​ SXSW, and are now gearing up for a mammoth 19-date run as support to​w while She Sleeps. Summer will see ​FIZZY BLOOD kick off a hefty festival schedule, which will include ​Camden Rocks, ​Download, ​2000 Trees and ​Tramlines – with more to be announced soon. The band are also working on their next release which is due later this year on Killing Moon & Alya Records, further details to be announced soon.

Live dates announced so far:

20th Apr – Fibbers, York

21st Apr – Plug, Sheffield

22nd Apr – The Dome, London

23rd Apr – The Door, London

25th Apr – Concorde 2, Brighton

26th Apr – Talking Heads, Southampton

27th Apr – O2 Academy, Oxford

28th Apr – The Fleece, Bristol

29th Apr – Academy 2, Manchester

1st May – Academy, Dublin

2nd May – Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast

3rd May – Arts Club, Liverpool

5th May – Sugarmill, Stoke

6th May – Waterfront, Norwich

8th May – Riverside, Newcastle

9th May – Garage, Glasgow

10th May – Stylus, Leeds

3rd Jun – Camden Rocks, London

11th Jul – Download Festival

7th Jul – 2000 Trees Festival

21st Jul – Tramlines Festival

 

 

 

 

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