Day 22 — Share Your Music:  30 Days, 30 Songs

Here we go again.  Day 22 of the 30 Days, 30 Songs challenge.  To think, yesterday I was ready to call it quits.  I’m so tired.  Too much singing, dancing and thinking over the last three weeks.  My fitness level is not good.  Remind me never to do that 30 day poetry challenge, Nopepoem, or whatever it is called.  However, I’ve nearly made it to the end of this  month long song challenge, so I’ve decided to keep going.

I am going to share with you a song that I’ve only heard once!  Today.  It was love at first hearing.  It made me cry.  I was going to post another song from the same group, but in the course of questing around for some background information, I learned that Seeker Lover Keeper have just released their first new single in eight years.  Singer-songwriters – Sally Seltmann, Holly Throsby and Sarah Blasko – have got together and got it together again.  The new single is called Let It Out.  That other national treasure, Magda Szubanski, stars in the video clip.   You are going to love it.

I’ll play the other song tomorrow.  It comes with a story.  Anyway, time for some music.

The incredibly talented Sarah of Art Expedition is hosting 30 Days, 30 Songs for the month of June. You can see her latest post here.  There are still a few days left to join in the challenge.  Casual players welcome.

Kind Regards.

22 thoughts on “Oh Joy, New Song – Let It Out

  1. Oh! What a song, Tracy! I completely get why you fell instantly in love with it – I did too!! What an amazing trio! And I loved the video too! 😄

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  2. Thank you so much for introducing us to this beautiful song dear Tracy, I instantly loved it too! 🙂💖🎶 xxx

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      1. Agree! We had to issue laws here in Quebec to help francophone singers and preserve a part of our culture because the radios only broadcast English hits in the seventies. Nowadays, there is a better balance in the promotion of artists. About the song in your playlist: I don’t think it is related to restrictions because usually they tell us if it is the case. I just couldn’t find it there. I will look elsewhere.

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