First play of the post-punk inspired ‘Wet Juice’ by Vulgarians

By Ben Tipple

As well as finding themselves classified within the indie market, Hull’s Vulgarians showcase their abundant crossover appeal on new track, ‘Wet Juice’. The song borrows from post-punk, injecting an avant-garde nature into their ominous, distorted sound.

“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,” says vocalist Ryan Wilson-Preen, accurately describing the track’s dense atmosphere.

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