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Exclusive Download: Mason Jennings' Playful New Track 'Raindrops on the Kitchen Floor'

Get a song from the singer-songwriter's ninth album

September 16, 2011 1:20 PM ET
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Click to listen to Mason Jennings' 'Raindrops on the Kitchen Floor'

Singer-songwriter Mason Jennings released his ninth album, the introspective and deeply personal Minnesota, on September 13th. Cheerful strings and light and playful piano melodies fill his latest track, the love song "Raindrops on the Kitchen Floor," which Jennings explains to Rolling Stone is "one of those songs that kind of wrote itself, I felt the only thing it needed was a secret weapon in the chorus. So I asked my friend, Jason Schwartzman from Coconut Records to help me out." Mason Jennings' album Minnesota was released on September 13th, but you can download "Raindrops on the Kitchen Floor" for free here.

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