Brooklyn punks Grim Streaker share blitzing ode to impatience on fuzzed-out “A.D.D”

A year from releasing their first single “Guts”, a track that served as a fist-clenched introduction to the band, Grim Streaker‘s new single is a two-minute blitz calling to mind the likes of Bleach-era Nirvana and the lo-fi shrieks of early Yeah Yeah Yeahs, all while retaining the Amelia Bushell-fronted band’s singular scuzz and kinetic spirit.

“It’s a song about not being able to focus when your brain is anxiety-ridden from relationships, vices, and expectations,” Bushell says. “It’s about the moment when you give in to those distractions that eventually makes you say: I don’t care!”

“Sometimes I let the A.D.D lead the way for me,” she adds. “This song is kind of poking fun at those moments, too. I’m so distracted, I can’t even bother to count to three at the end of the chorus and just stop at two.”

Having shared stages with the likes of Idles, METZ and Andrew W.K. as well as performing at SXSW, Grim Streaker will support BODEGA and Public Practice at Alphaville in Brooklyn this Saturday.

“A.D.D” is out now and No Vision is set for release in May. Find Grim Streaker on Facebook.

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