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Borgerous & RUNAGROUND - Better Anyway
Borgerous & RUNAGROUND - Better Anyway

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Borgeous And RUNAGROUND Break-Up Anthem “Better Anyway”

Summer is right around the corner, and with all of the uplifting and party tracks that go with the season, also come the break-up anthems. Borgeous has teamed up once again with RUNAGROUND to release “Better Anyway”. The track gives hope for anyone at the end of a relationship by delivering uplifting chord progressions and powerful vocals that target the heart.

Borgeous: “’Better Anyway’ is about heartbreak and being able to see how unhealthy a relationship was after it’s over. It’s a break-up anthem for when you realize that going through all the bad stuff made you come out of the situation a better person at the end of the day. I hope this song can help people who are going through a hard break-up to find happiness in their independence and to know they’ll make it out okay.”

RUNAGROUND: “We're hoping our fans catch a bit of our hopeful summer feels from this track and know that everyone identifies with setbacks in life and love, and that a lot of the time, these things make us much better eventually If you’re up or down, you can add this tune to your playlist and get yourself lifted a little bit higher thinking about how much better you are now, or how much better you're about to be!”

“Better Anyway” isn’t the first time these two have had worked side by side. In 2017, they released “Coffee Can Money”. It’s great to see these two back together!

Borgeous & RUNAGROUND – “Better Anyway” is available now via Armada Music! Also, don't forget to check out the music video for “Better Anyway” below!

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