“We always want to ask the big questions. That’s maybe where our brains meet and why we’re friends in the first place - we’re always asking questions and want to know more,” the band’s Conor Goldie told us in our Class of 2023 issue.
“Every decision you make from the moment you get up - are you gonna have a coffee or a glass of water? Are you gonna make your bed or not? These tiny decisions shape your life in the smallest ways but they build up, and every day you decide how you’re going to be. Whether you’re going to be selfish or generous, good or bad,” Hamish Hutcheson added. “Trying to translate those battles in your head into lyrics is what interests me, especially when you try to embody the other version of what you could be.”
Revisit our full Class of 2023 interview with Vlure here, and listen to ‘Cut It’ below.
See Vlure live at DIY's Now + Next tour:
23 - Leeds Brudenell w/ Circe
24 - Newcastle The Cluny w/ Circe
25 - Glasgow Stereo w/ No Windows
28 - Brighton Komedia w/ CIEL
02 - Birmingham Hare & Hounds w/Gag Salon
03 - Bristol Exchange w/ Damefrisor
Katie Gregson-MacLeod, Sprints and Kynsy were also highlights at the first edition of the Dutch event since 2019.
Announcing the exclusive DIY x Fairsound Hello 2023 vinyl, featuring Gretel Hänlyn, Panic Shack, VLURE and more!
The limited run is available to preorder now.
Panic Shack, Human Interest and Humour also helped welcome in our January series.
Throwing splashes of techno and punk, a laser-sharp aesthetic and a unified gang mentality into their confrontational sonic melting pot, Glaswegian quintet VLURE are the cool kids with hearts of gold.