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Oh Wonder have dropped their new track, 'Better Now'

"We hope this song is a comfort blanket to anyone that needs it."
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Published: 9:09 pm, October 29, 2019
Oh Wonder have dropped their new track, 'Better Now'

Oh Wonder are back with another new single.

The follow-up to their comeback track 'Hallelujah', ‘Better Now’ arrives ahead of the duo's upcoming third album, which they're currently putting the finishing touches to.

Josephine and Anthony explain: “We wrote 'Better Now' after hearing the sad news of a family member going through an incredibly tough and emotional birth of their first child. 

"The song reflects on what it must feel like to be in a waiting room, on the other side of the wall to your loved one - helplessly trying to navigate the unknown, but fiercely hopeful. We hope this song is a comfort blanket to anyone that needs it.”

Check out 'Better Now' below.

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