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The Joy Formidable Post Video For 'AAARTH' Track The Better Me

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

The Joy Formidable have released a video for The Better Me.

Filmed as the band walked the backstreets of Las Vegas, the clip accompanies the latest taster of ‘AAARTH’, the follow up to 2016's 'Hitch', which is out on September 28 via Hassle. It’s another grunge-flecked beast driven by Ritzy Bryan’s towering guitars.

“The Better Me is a song about self-acceptance, living with your mistakes and appreciating how we all make up the whole and have something different to offer,” she said. “A song of thanks to a loved one and a decision to love oneself.”





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