Scottish 2 piece VUKOVI have released a brand new song HURT. The song, which premiered last night on Annie Mac’s Future Sounds radio show on Radio 1, is the second single to be released on the bands new label LAB Records.
Speaking on HURT Janine said ‘Hurt is about recovering from an abusive relationship and fantasizing about what you would do or say to that person if you ever saw them again. The original demo of this was done on GarageBand with just piano strings bass drum and voice and is about a third of the speed. When I sent it to Hamish that’s when it turned into this. An absolute abomination….. It’s a venomous song lyrically and musically and I think it’s probably the strongest song we’ve released SO FAR’
Listen to HURT here or by clicking the image below.
The band recently announced a full UK headline tour for October 2021 including a show at Oslo in London on October 22nd.
ALL headline VUKOVI dates are below, support on all dates comes from Press To Meco and Delaire The Liar
12th Norwich – Waterfront Studio
13th Stoke on Trent – Sugarmill
14th Dover – The Booking Hall
15th Southampton – The Loft
18th Cardiff – The Globe
19th Milton Keynes – Craufurd Arms
21st Brighton – Patterns
22nd London – Oslo
23rd Birmingham – O2 Academy 3
24th Manchester – Night and Day
26th Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
27th Leeds – Key Club
28th Glasgow – St. Lukes
A little bit about VUKOVI:
Formed in in 2011, VUKOVI (which means wolves in Serbian) was a 4 piece and now 2 piece from Kilwinning, North Ayrshire in Scotland. The band have so far release 3 EP’s and two full length albums (‘Vukovi’ in 2017 and ‘Fall Better’ in January 2020), with the latest record “Fall Batter” debuting at number 1 on the Official Charts Rock & Metal Albums (alongside a sold out UK headline run on launch week). The band have built up a very dedicated fanbase through extensive touring in the UK and Europe over the past couple of years, playing slots at the likes of Download Pilot Festival, TITP, TRNSMT, Slam Dunk, Reading and Leeds Festival, 2000 Trees, Truck/Y Not Festival and The Kerrang! Tour. Along with supports for PVRIS, Set It Off, One Ok Rock and Grouplove.