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The Blizzards Release New Single ‘Friction Burns’

October 29, 2021

Power rock-pop four piece, The Blizzards are back with brand new music, sharing their new single ‘Friction Burns’, out today!

Over the last 18 months of Lockdown, the band used this time to explore their music and work on really defining their sound. Honing their melodic, dynamic hooks and crafting their pop guitar-driven song-writing. A true reflection of their musical identity, ‘Friction Burns’ is the first release of this new era, and a taste of what is to come in 2022.

‘Friction Burns’ reflects the absolutely terrifying anticipation of letting yourself go in a new relationship with all the scars of past relationships and mistakes hovering.  Inhibiting you from giving yourself fully, but facing those fears head on for the right person.

The release of the new single ‘Friction Burns’ is the start of the bands next chapter. Niall Breslin (aka Bressie) (Guitar / Lead Vocals), Louize Carroll (Bass), Justin Ryan (Lead Guitar) and Dec Murphy (Drums) have huge plans for 2022. The band are stronger, more passionate and energised than ever and are ready to share it all with their fans and make some new ones along the way.

The Blizzards also utilised their creativity and efforts to support others during this unprecedented time,  initiating many projects to support fellow musicians, crew and creatives across the music industry. From encouraging local folk of their home-town Mullingar to pick up a Ukulele, (Watch Lockdown Acapella Rockdown)  and being at the forefront the charity ‘We Are The Support Act’ set out to support the out of work crews whose industry shut down over night. Their latest project ‘Help Us Help Our Heathcare’ project, whereby the band recorded their well-known hit single ‘Trust Me I’M A Doctor’ with the RTE Orchestra to raise vital funds for frontline workers post covid.

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