The Harmonica Pocket Debuts ‘Sand Song’ Video

Courtesy: Waldmania PR

Award-winning family music act The Harmonica Pocket will release its latest album, Sing Your Song, next month.

In anticipation of the record’s release, the act debuted the video for the album’s lead single, ‘Sand Song’ over the weekend. The video, which premiered Sept. 24, features front man Keeth Monta Apgar going for a swim in a lake while a pair of young ladies decide to pull a prank on him and fill all his stuff with sand, including a thermos, sandwich, and even a pair of briefs.

While Apgar falls for the prank, the young ladies get theirs in the end before the whole group ends up enjoying some time together in an inflatable pool.

The musical arrangement featured in the song is a light, laid back folksy style composition. This despite the fact that the song is about sand getting in all of the crevices of our bodies as we go to the beach and/or lake. Interestingly enough, the use of the horns at various points even adds the most subtle touch of ska. It’s an odd pairing, but it works here.

Sing Your Song is The Harmonica Pocket’s fifth album. The act’s most recent album, Sundrops, was released in 2015. The band’s catalog also features the albums, Apple Apple (2012), Ladybug One (2008), and Mary Macaroni (2005).

Along with family music albums, the group has also released four albums for grown-up audiences. They are: Birds Falling From The Sky (2005), Underneath Your Umbrella (2002), Lemonbomb (1997), and The Humans and The Robins (1995).

More information on The Harmonica Pocket’s forthcoming album is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:

Website: https://harmonicapocket.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarmonicaPocket

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarmonicaPocket

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