COCOANUT GROOVE “Huckleberry” MP3

Cocoanut Groove

It’s been a while since we swooned to Olov Antonsson aka Cocoanut Groove’s blissful tunes. Well, right in time for the seasonal change, he’s released some new music. The new track “Huckleberry” starts up where he left off with songs such as “Walking To Madeleine Street” and “End of Summer on Bookbinde.”  Similar classic strums and percussion with his airy vocals direct the path to a delightful heart warming feeling.  Influences from The Zombies to The Beatles shine through on song.  Even though I am not a fan of the hot summer sun, “Huckleberry” makes want to lay out on the beach on an early morning and soak in that sweet sunlight listening to the waves hit the sands.

MP3: “Huckleberry

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