Fizzy Blood

ScanionFizzy Blood are a band born from ambition, determination and resilience. Based in Leeds, UK, their refreshing musical bravery has seen them shed any traces of the generic with their own brand of retro-inspired rock.

The five piece’s primary outing “FEAST” commences with an assured swagger, attributed to deadpan vocals, a Slippery guitar twang and a strutting rhythm section. The Bands live shows are akin to shaking up a bottle of cola and plunging in a tube of Mentos. Before you can blink, Fizzy Blood’s effervescent rock ‘n’ roll froths with an rampant urgency, where those deadpan vocals have transformed into a guttural howl and the Homme/Fallon bromance has turned ugly.

Despite only having been together since 2014, the band have a number of tours and international shows under their belts with bands such as Allusondrugs, Sun Club, The Virginmarys, Max Raptor, Dinosaur Pile-Up and Punk icons The Dead Kennedys as well as appearances at Download Festival, SXSW, Sound City, Live at Leeds, Tramlines and Korea’s Zandari Festa.

“A superb debut…one fizzy, blood-y brilliant introduction” – Kerrang! [KKKK]

“Oddball rock…explosive and catchy” – Rock Sound “An unrelenting piece of punk-edged indie” – Clash Magazine

“We love this band!” – BBC Radio 1

“A beauty…one of those choruses you’ll still be singing tomorrow. Brilliant.” – Dave Rowntree (Blur), XFM

“A banger of a tune…a perfect demonstration of why Fizzy Blood have got where they are in such a short amount of time and sets them up well to go even further.” – The Tipping Point

“A fiery blast of rock that marks them out as the heirs to Pulled Apart By Horses’ throne” – GoldFlakePaint

“A stomping, swaggering, retro-rock aesthetic akin to Queens of the Stone Age.” – The List “Mixing the punked-up psychobilly of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster and the soaring rock of Muse” – Songwriting Magazine [4/5] “We should be looking at the next big British rock band right here” – MOSH [4/5]

Ciaran Scanion of Fizzy Blood uses Nickel Roto Bass RB-45s

‘I have been using Rotosound strings now for 3 years and I haven’t found a better company that can match the consistency and tone that I want for my bass’

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