Caribou has returned with a new track called “You Can Do It,” featuring a video packed with slow-motion dogs. The song features pulsing synths, supple drums, and a delirious vocal sample. Richard Kenworthy directed the video. Watch the clip above to get a feel for the song.
Ice Cube’s “You Can Do It”
“You Can Do It” is a hip-hop song by Ice Cube. Released as the second single from the soundtrack of the movie Next Friday. Features Ice Cube’s Westside Connection bandmate Mack 10 and rapper, Ms. Toi. They have been featured on several compilation albums, including the Great Hits compilation, In the Movies, and the Save the Last Dance soundtrack.
Caribou’s new song
Caribou has shared a new song called ‘You Can Do It. The track features a fun video involving a dog making frisbee catches and spills. Caribou is an electronic music artist from Canada and their real name is Dan Snaith. His last studio album was ‘Suddenly’, released in 2020. The track premiered at the Green Man Festival, where he headlined. This was his first performance in three years.
The track starts with a voice evoking the song’s title, then a synth pad, and eventually psychedelic sounds. As the track progresses, the synths rise to the top, while a chorus of ‘you can do it echoes through the track.
“You Can Do It” by Caribou is a mellow, inspirational song. It samples the sound of Vangelis’ early ’70s prog group Aphrodite’s Child. The song is a fun, progressive house tune with an inspirational message. Its music video, directed by Richard Kenworthy of the filmmaking collective Shynola, features adorable dogs playing frisbee in slow motion.
Caribou has released a new video for their single “You Can Do It.” The video is a fun one, featuring a large number of dogs. Golden retriever puppies, Pomeranian puppies, and collies are all featured in the video. The band will embark on a North American tour this fall and winter, so you’ll be able to catch them live.
Doc McStuffins’ “That’s Just Claw-ful”
This episode introduces Doc to the idea of triage, as she observes a busy clinic day. Throughout the episode, Doc and her friends solve a variety of situations. They learn to identify injuries, and they help a young girl named Sabrina find a missing toy. They also help a boy named Donny overcome his fear of the dark and become friends.
The episode opens with Doc’s parents announcing that their family has adopted a younger sibling. In addition to the real sibling, their new family pet has a stuffed owl named Professor Hootsburgh. This episode is the longest episode to date, clocking in at 22 minutes. The episode also features new characters – Morton, Fabio, and Carl Chug a Chug – who are in the doctor’s waiting room.
The show was released in the United States on March 23, 2012, on Disney Channel and Disney Junior. The series features songs by Michelle Lewis and Kay Hanley. The show also features Stuffy, the cat who helps Doc McStuffins. In this season, Doc and Stuffy appeared in all episodes. Chilly was absent in eleven episodes.
In the third episode of the series, the doctors help out a variety of creatures in the meanwhile. The doctors help out the animals and treat various ailments, including a tummy bug, a broken tooth, and a broken arm. The doctor also tries to fix a toy robot named Ricardo Racecar, which has lost energy during a race.
You Can Do It by Caribou
“You Can Do It” is Caribou’s latest track. The track begins with a voice evoking the title, then gets processed into an echo that sounds like an instrument. As the track continues, synths rise around it. It’s a track that fits into the band’s era of music, and one that is especially fitting with the song’s music video, which stars dogs.
Caribou’s “You Can Do It”
The new song by Caribou is a catchy earworm that’s perfect for sporting events. The song features a vocal sample that calls upon the titular character’s inner strength. The lyrics are repetitive and the synths rise around it like waves. It is part of Caribou’s recent turn toward pop music. Caribou’s new North American tour will begin in November.
The band recently released its first original music in over a year. This track, “You Can Do It,” is a fun, energetic, progressive house song that is sure to inspire you to take a leap of faith. The track includes a vocal sample that floats throughout, as well as dreamy synth chords that build up throughout the song. There’s even an adorable video featuring a dog playing a frisbee.
Caribou’s ‘You Can Do It was released via Merge. The song debuted at the Green Man festival, where Caribou played a headline set. In addition, ‘Suddenly Remixed’ features remixes from DJ Koreless.
The band’s new video is filled with good dogs. It features some of the band’s favorite furry friends. From dogs running around in snow and fields to catching Frisbees, the music video is packed with cute and furry friends. The band’s video was directed by Richard Kenworthy of Shynola.
James Savage’s swim to Alcatraz
A four-foot-six-pound man has broken the record for swimming to Alcatraz. James Savage, who is from San Francisco, swam more than three miles from Aquatic Park to the island’s prison. He trained for the swim for six hours a day. He practiced at Pacheco High School, a local reservoir, and the Los Banos detention dam. The entire swim took him about two hours and was live-streamed.
James’ father had originally offered a $100 reward for the swim but later doubled it to $200. As a result, James swam to Alcatraz in less than two hours. Although he was successful in accomplishing this goal, he is not yet done pushing himself. His next goal is to swim the length of the Golden Gate Bridge, a distance of about 1.7 miles.
As a child, Savage trained at Los Banos Creek Reservoir. He used his school break to swim, and some days he swam for six hours or more. At age eight, he became the youngest person to swim to Alcatraz. When he was nine, his father offered him $100 to swim. As he got tired, his father increased the offer.
After the swim, the family went to Mountain Mike’s in Belmont. They ordered a large pepperoni pizza. They didn’t eat much of it, but James’ father decided to double it to $200 after noticing his difficulty.