Fizzy Blood have released their new single ADHD ahead of appearances at Reading & Leeds Festival later this month.

The song was premiered on the Radio 1 Rock Show on Sunday night, while previous singles Summer of Luv and Prawn have received similar attention.

Talking about the new release, vocalist Benki Inkley said: “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.”

Despite being Leeds natives, the band have never played their home festival and are excited for that to change.

Inkley continued: “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!”

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Their new EP Summer Of Luv follows on from their debut Feast, which was released in 2015. Feast got them on tours with Max Raptor, The Virginmarys, The Dead Kennedys and Allusondrugs – experience the band will build on following their latest EP.