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Will Joseph Cook has confirmed his second album, 'Something To Feel Good About'

He's dropped the title-bop, too.
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Published: 3:32 pm, August 12, 2020
Will Joseph Cook has confirmed his second album, 'Something To Feel Good About'

Will Joseph Cook has confirmed his second album, 'Something To Feel Good About'.

The record's due for release on 27th November, preceded by the title-track, which arrives with a video shot and directed by Will himself in lockdown.

"So many relationships had to morph into long distance ones this year," he says, "even for those who lived in the same city. Video calling and text was everything, the thing we looked forward to the most and probably the only thing keeping us sane. ‘Something To Feel Good About’ fitted all those emotions so perfectly, so my girlfriend and I were just having fun reflecting our experience into this super phone-themed video.

"We used the most iconic fonts from Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat for all the text. It felt cool for the whole video to exist in phone land, even in the edit. Even all the footage was just sent back and forth through WhatsApp. Making it cheered us up a lot, so I’m hoping people relate and feel what we felt when they watch it."

The full tracklisting reads:

Be Around Me
Something To Feel Good About
10X MORE FUN
She Likes Me
Wayside
Driverless Cars
DOWNDOWNDOWN!
21
Only If You
Boundary Street
Where Is My Heart?
Last Year

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