Hull four-piece Vulgarian‘s have released a new video to accompany their track ‘Hands Around The Waste’, and it’s a multi-coloured, hallucinogenic set of visuals that will have you rooted to your seat, singing along to the lyrics on the screen.
Directed, produced, and edited by Aidan Razzall of Weirds through Breeding Ground Films, ‘Hands Around The Waste’ sees Vulgarians frontman Ryan Wilson-Preen playing the part of ‘Steve Dream’, a perverted 70s hypnotherapist hosting a “stay in your seat” style gameshow. The video comes alongside the announcement of Vulgarians’ homecoming show at The Polar Bear, Hull on May 26th, which completes a string of UK dates in May (including a show at The Old Blue Last on the 23rd).
Vulgarians are also set to release their new EP, Almost-Instinct, Almost True (produced by MJ of Hookworms, also behind TRAAMS, Pulled Apart By Horses & Eagulls) on May 5th. The EP’s name is an allusion to the work of Hull poet Philip Larkin, an it’s set to be filled with a mix of oddly poetic, and extremely loud new tunes. The band have just finished touring with Brighton psych-rockers The Wytches, and we’re sure they’ll continue to knock out the crowds on their headline tour later this year.
Watch the new video for ‘Hands Around The Waste’ below, and follow Vulgarians on Facebook for more updates.
Photo Credit: Luke Hallett