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VUKOVI drop fierce new single KILL IT: A battle cry to the war that’s going on inside my head”

Listen to VUKOVI’s powerful new single KILL IT – a song that Janine Shilstone calls a war cry to my OCD demon”.

Scottish rock duo VUKOVI have shared a brand-new single, KILL IT.

Detailing the meaning behind the fierce new track – the follow-up to last year’s Slo – vocalist Janine Shilstone explains: KILL IT is a battle cry to the war that’s going on inside my head. The song is a war cry to my OCD demon I have to live with everyday. I’m telling it I’m not going to give up, I’m going to fight back. 

I know it’ll be a struggle but having that strong death wish towards it gives me comfort and strength.”

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The singer also adds of the release being the first for VUKOVI’s fresh partnership with LAB Records: We’re extremely excited to be back working with LAB Records again. They took a chance on us by releasing our debut album which was the real beginning of VUKOVI. Our fanbase and our craft has grown significantly since then and we trust that returning to and working with LAB will give our third album the credit it deserves.”

Listen to KILL IT below:

Posted on April 16th 2021, 2:44p.m.
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