"A.D.D." is the brisk first offering to be taken from New York five-piece Grim Streaker's debut LP No Vision, produced by Mike Kutchman (Parquet Courts, WALL, Sharon Van Etten).
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."