Recommended: A classic Vukovi on vinyl

posted on November 23, 2020

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Finally on vinyl: Vukovi.  The alternative rock band release their 2017 self-titled, debut album on vinyl for the very first time. Janine Shilstone, singer with Glasgow’s own Vukovi, has a simple mission statement for her band’s music. “I want our songs to let people know that they’re not alone in feeling crazy,” she says. “I want to give people who feel that way a little bit of comfort. Our fan base is a beautiful army of weirdos, and I want that to grow. I want them all to feel like they belong here. “And I want to be a rock star,” she says, laughing.

The 2017 debut album will be released in a limited edition of 500 copies with bright yellow disc. And the first 100 will be signed with a custom message from the band. Pre-order for release / delivery on 27 November 2020 here.


Tags: album release, Alternative, pre-order, Rock, vinyl


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