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On heavy rotation: Harmonica Pocket's solar-powered new album



The delightful, Parents’ Choice Award-winning duo the Harmonica Pocket is back with their solar-powered seventh album, Sundrops. Keeth Apgar and Nala Walla sing of sunshine, raindrops, rainbows and more simple joys of childhood with 12 new, sunny songs.

Each song on Sundrops is an acoustic treat, evoking the warmth of the sunshine on your face and the cool mud between your toes. “Raindrops,” a charming melody certain to be stuck in your head for days, is an ode to a carefree romp in the rain. “Are You a Monster Too?” and “Digga Dog Kid” are upbeat songs that encourage imagination and getting dirty outside, and “I Love Ukuleles” is a clever, laid-back ditty that will have kids giggling at every verse.

If you’re looking for a sunny soundtrack for summer afternoons, take Sundrops along on the next family road trip or picnic at the playground.

harmonicapocket.com

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