Vukovi Break Down Barriers With Sign-Language Video For New Single Behave
In preparation for their forthcoming UK tour, Scotland’s Vukovi have unleashed a new single, Behave. It’s, predictably, three minutes of caffeinated, bouncy rock that’s as colourful as its accompanying video. Except that’s not all they’ve done — in keeping with their statement that “The whole message of Vukovi is inclusivity” and to counter the idea that deafness is a barrier to loving music, the clip is fully signed via an animated interpreter.
“Anyone can be a part of Vukovi and we’re always thinking of ways to show that to people,” explains singer Janine Shilstone. “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.“
Check it out below…
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