Animal Farm Fun FOr Families

Animal Farm has just released a new animated music video that features a new crew of Animal Farm characters brought to life through cardboard animation. They also have some great virtual events coming up during the month of April that they hope you and your family can attend form the comfort of your homes.

Check out the latest animated music video for our song “It Always Could Be Worse” off of their award-winning album We Are One:

Farmer Dave said, “We planned to release this music video for “It Always Could Be Worse” one year ago in April 2020, just as we were beginning to come to grips with the scope and severity of the Covid-19 pandemic. At the time, when the worst was on the horizon, the song’s message felt a little inappropriate considering the public health crisis on the horizon. While we are not yet out of the woods, the last year has actually left us feeling grateful for so much – family, community, science, art, music, etc. After a year of tragedy and grief, this song and video feel especially poignant, reminding us to feel gratitude for the things we may sometimes take for granted”

Additionally, folks can catch some upcoming live stream performances this month:

April 17 – Everyday Is Earthday 

April 21 – Virtual Kids Music Festival

About Animal Farm:

“Animal Farm is a group of musician-educators who write, record and perform original songs for children and families. Inspired by the challenges and triumphs of the children they have taught, Dave Ladon and Seth Adams write songs about community, self-expression, and growing up, often through the eyes of various animal characters. But Dave and Seth aren’t just bandmates and collaborators, they are also best friends who both value community, harmony, and the natural world. Animal Farm has always been about bringing people together through music, stories, and laughter. Blending music, educational comedy, and interactive storytelling, Animal Farm performs their energetic live show for elementary-aged students in public schools, park districts, libraries, and cultural centers all over the country.”

Learn more about Dave and Seth’s musical journey at

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