Quick His: New Videos from Thunder & Sunshine and Ants Ants Ants

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There’s nothing worse than being stuck inside on a rain-soaked afternoon. Or is that just an over-reaction? The New York-based Thunder and Sunshine delivers an opposing viewpoint with their song (and video) celebrating the quiet pleasures of a “Rainy Day.”

The brainchild of longtime area musician Esther Crow, the band’s origins are simple –have a child, decide to create material for them. She surrounded herself with a group of like-minded performers and viola, a band was christened. You can buy their debut CD, This Is Sunshine and Thunder, from their website.

The band is playing in Union Square Park on Thursday, July 11 at 11 am.

Here is the titular tune in question. “Rainy Day” has a heavy ’60s Mamas and Papas vibe to it, but the kids won’t know that:

Ants Ants Ants continue the video output for their high concept release, The Robot EP. You can buy the EP on July 19 from their websiteAmazon, or Apple Music.

The band’s performance “Live from the Rumpus Room” on SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live is airing this weekend (July 12-14). Check the website for times.

Listen to the song on Spotify. Here is the kaleidoscope-delic video for the song, “Dance, Robot, Dance!”

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