The wait is almost over for The Okee Dokee Brothers’ new album.
The duo recently announced that it will release its fourth full-length studio recording Winterland on Oct. 5. The 16-song record takes listeners from the change of seasons from autumn to spring that the whole family will enjoy while curling up together at the fireside.
Along with being a record for the whole family, the record also addresses the issue of climate change. The record’s full track listing is noted below.
The Okee Dokee Brothers
- Blankets of Snow
- Welcome Home
- Ice Fishin’ Shack
- Keep Me Warm
- The Abominable Yeti
- You You You
- Ukulele in a Snowstorm
- Lazy Day
- North Country Dance Band
- Great Grandmother Tree
- New Year
- Signs of Spring
Ten percent of the album’s sales will go to benefit Askov Finlayson’s Keep The North Cold initiative. The company works to fight climate change by supporting other initiatives that slow factors such as greenhouse gas emissions.
Ten percent of ticket sales at the pair’s Nov. 3 hometown show will also go to benefit the organization. The group will also donate ten percent of ticket sales at its Nov. 4 Denver, Colorado show to Protect Our Winters, which also works to combat human-caused climate change.
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