FREE DOWNLOAD OF FAMILY FORCE 5'S NEW SONG "HOLD YOUR HAND" AVAILABLE JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES by Kevin Thorson on 2015-02-13 11:28:37
Valentines Day is almost here and thanks to Family Force 5 you can get a new song for it! It's titled "Hold Your Hand" and you can get it for free right here. Also check out the song below before you go download it.
Wasn't that nice of FF5 to give us a new free song? What do you think of the song?
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