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Vukovi have announced their new album, 'Fall Better'

Check out their new vid for 'All That Candy', too.
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Published: 10:56 am, October 01, 2019
Vukovi have announced their new album, 'Fall Better'

Vukovi have announced their new album, 'Fall Better'.

Due on 24th January via VKVI Records, the news arrives alongside a video for 'All That Candy'.

Singer Janine Shilstone comments: “I want our songs to let people know that they’re not alone in feeling crazy. I want to give people who feel that way a little bit of comfort. I want them to feel less alone. I want to let people know that it’s okay to be weird, and for them not to feel isolated because of it. Our fan base is a beautiful army of weirdos, and I want that to grow. I want them all to feel like they belong here. And I want to be a rock star."

Of the track, she adds: “When writing ‘All That Candy’ I was going through a really angry stage towards my OCD. Angry because I physically wanted to hurt this thing which I couldn’t, so talking back and standing up for myself seemed the next best thing. I think our songwriting has come on so much since our debut album, but our mental health has got worse. This album is our therapy and we hope it’s going to help a lot of people as well.”

The album's full tracklisting reads:

1. 17359
2. Violet Minds
3. Aura
4. C.L.A.U.D.I.A
5. Behave
6. Play With Me Cos I Can Take Me
7. Verify Your Worth
8. All That Candy
9. I'm Sorry
10. Where Are You
11. White Lies
12. Run/Hide

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