Back in June, we bought you a Track of the Day from unsigned Hull four-piece Vulgarians, in the form of their debut ‘Autocratic‘.
Well the alt-rockers are back with the extremely sinister and curiously titled ‘Wet Juice’.
Brimming with bass and grungy raw vocals this post-punk number showcases everything we loved about this band first time around.
In his own words, vocalist Ryan Wilson-Preen, said the songs lyrics “delve into areas of negativity, anxiety and depression within the task of one’s daily routine and the people that surround them.”
Despite having only played their first live show earlier this year, Vulgarians have bagged themselves a run of shows with Brighton surf-psych rockers the Wytches, you can catch them at the following dates:
17 October – Chinnerys, Southend
18 October – John Peel Centre, Stowmarket
19 October – Esquires, Bedford
20 October – Duchess, York
22 October – The Hop, Wakefield
Check out ‘Wet Juice’ below:
Will De Nardo