Vulgarians release new video for 'Wet Juice'

RIYL: The Wytches, Cage The Elephant, Nirvana, Manchester Orchestra

Dragged from a cold, damp industrial warehouse in Hull, Vulgarians are a four piece band who get in the face of popular culture with aggression and volume. 'Wet Juice' is the first single set for release following two successful demos, 'Autocratic' and 'Naturally Nothing' which have turned heads across the country. 

Since headlining their first show at The Sesh (Hull's highly-successful new music showcase night), the band has made their way around the country with awesome shows from Leicester to Manchester via Sheffield. A highlight? Over the summer, the band were offered a slot at FlufferFest 2015 (at The Shacklewell Arms) for London-based record label, Fluffer Records. 

The band's intense performances allowed the music's reputation to grow via numerous festival appearances (Freedom, Northern Lights) over the summer months this year. Successful months then earned the band a tour-support slot with national alternative treasures The Wytches, that will take place this coming November. 

'Wet Juice' is out now for free download! When asked on the content of the song, lead singer, Ryan Wilson-Preen said: "Lyrically the song delves into areas of negativity, anxiety and depression within the task of one's daily routine and the people that surround them."
The track's development was funded by PRS foundation and Warren Records. Warren Records itself is a development label helping unsigned artists working in partnership with the PRS For Music Foundation. 

Check the video for 'Wet Juice' out here:

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October 28, 2015 3:46pm ET by Creative Condition   Comments (0)

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