Song of the week: ‘Tears of Joy’ by The Horde and the Harem

It wasn’t long ago that Seattle band The Horde and the Harem had the song of the week. Since I can’t stop watching their new video for ‘Tears of Joy’ I thought it was time to come back and talk about them some more.

This new video for ‘Tears of Joy’ was shot by photographer David Klayton during a recent photo shoot with the band and it came out really well. At the end of the video are details on how to download this song for free and another new song called ‘Come This Spring’ and if you share the video on Facebook and tag the band you might just win their vinyl giveaway that is going on right now.

You can see The Horde and the Harem when they play the Croc in Seattle on Sept. 8. Details on that show here.

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