Vukovi release a new single, ‘Behave’.
The new track from the Ayrshire act follows up ‘C.L.A.U.D.I.A’ from earlier this year.
The duo – Janine Shilstone and Hamish Reilly – have alsp released a special video to accompany the single, enlisted the assistance of an animated signing interpreter.
Speaking about the video, the band said: “The whole message behind Vukovi is inclusivity. Anyone can be a part of Vukovi and we’re always thinking of ways to show that to people.
“Rather than ‘yet another lyric video’ we decided to create something that would include another demographic of people that I feel are sadly forgotten about at times. We hope you all enjoy.”
Singer Shilstone said: of the single itself: “This definitely feels like the start of a new era for Vukovi. ‘Behave’ is about struggling to deal with too much, or indeed too little of someone, or something, depending on your perspective. It’s about challenging the situations we put ourselves in, written in the form of a frank letter to ones self”.
The band spent 2018 on writing and recording their second as-yet-untitled studio album. The follow-up to their 2017 self-titled debut album in 2017, they plan to self-release the new album later this year.
Vukovi are currently in the midst of their biggest headline to date, with the tour culminating in a London headline at the Camden Underworld on June 4th.