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Denai Moore has released a futuristic new video for 'Fake Sorry'

It coincides with her new album.
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Published: 12:11 pm, July 03, 2020
Denai Moore has released a futuristic new video for 'Fake Sorry'

Denai Moore has released a new video for 'Fake Sorry'.

The clip coincides with the release of her on-point new album 'Modern Dread', the follow-up to 2017's 'We Used to Bloom'.

She explains: “Fake Sorry is a song that I wrote about feeling the pressure to diminish myself in powerful spaces to seem less abrasive or outspoken, and that saying “no” is a valid answer’."

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