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THE POP UPS are responsible for one of our favorite family-friendly albums of 2012 with their awesome RADIO JUNGLE (review here). Now, being based in New York, the duo caught the effects of Hurricane Sandy (or Superstorm Sandy, whatever you want to call it) first-hand. As such, they’ve now released a new single and video called “40 Things to Do in a Blackout,” and they’re donated 100% of proceeds to the relief efforts. While it’s not on iTunes just yet (it will be shortly), you can snag it on Bandcamp or Amazon for just a buck. Catch the video below…

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