Backed by the likes of BBC Radio 6 and Radio 1, Hull quartet Vulgarians have toured alongside the likes of LIFE and The Wytches, as well as securing themselves supporting spots for HMLTD. Now, the four have returned with their first new music since 2017 EP Almost-Instinct, Almost True.
Produced by Alex Greaves (Avalanche Party, The Orielles), Dead People Are Easier To Love is a thriving example of Vulgarians’ loud, in your face sound. Fusing catchy melodies with brash, punk-ish riffs and 80s synth, the quartet’s latest offering is easily their strongest yet.
Shared alongside a tongue in cheek video which follows the demise of a clown’s career, of which the band say "The main concept behind the video is that of a failed children's entertainer. He's essentially looking for a place to bury himself, so he can be loved and appreciated again - hence the title of the track. He searches high and low for the perfect site, but eventually finds it in an unlikely place.”, Dead People Are Easier To Love is solid proof of the development Vulgarians are capable of.