The Baltimore, MD-based band The Pockets rose to fame in 1977. Mentored by Earth, Wind & Fire, the band was signed to Columbia Records where they released a Verdine White produced album that spawned the top 20 hit “Come Go With Me.” After two more albums, The Pockets disbanded, but were remembered by fans of 70s R&B and funk. A reconstituted version of the group, led by brothers Gary and Glenn Grainger, emerged five years ago, and has begun performing around the world. Now, The Pockets are back on record. Working with mixmaster Dave Lee, the group has released the single “Work It Out”, a dance number that will surely get fingers snapping and bodies moving, along with a positive message about working through problems when times get tough. Listen to “Work It Out” below.

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