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Fizzy Blood Announce Release Of 'Pink Magic' EP And Share New Single Strangers

Friday, 10 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Fizzy Blood will release their third EP on September 14 through Killing Moon/Alya Records. 

To celebrate the announcement, the rising Leeds-based quintet have shared a new song, Strangers, following its premiere on BBC Radio 1. The track showcases a darker and sultrier side to their sound and follows previously shared songs, the EP's title track and CFO. Guitarist Paul Howells said:

"Strangers is part of a transition into a new era as a band. We’ve talked a lot about how we shouldn’t let genre define us and this song is the statement of intent. We hope you’ve come by now to expect the unexpected from us.

"We put our heads together with producer Alex Newport and what we got was this lil number, which we’re very excited to share. We hope that you can take this for what it is, a sign of things to come, a genre-less future where artists and their fans appreciate music for what it is, and that’s just music man."

'Pink Magic' follows 2015’s 'Feast' EP, and last year’s 'Summer Of Luv' EP. To accompany the release, the band will play two headline shows, with support coming from the Golden Age Of TV and Household Dogs in Leeds, and Kid Kapichi and Inklings in London. Tickets are on sale now.

Fizzy Blood Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed September 19 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Community Room
Fri September 21 2018 - LONDON Boston Music Room

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