The Teeny Tiny Stevies premiere a gorgeous new track from their upcoming album

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Fri 3 November 2017

11 mins

The Teeny Tiny Stevies create some adorable and celever music for ids and parents (and it's no secret they're a favourite here at Kinderling.)

They jump in the studio with Shevonne Hunt to premiere a brand new song, and talk about the hilarious differences between performing for kids and performing for adults.

As a special treat they premiere a brand new song called Boy Colour or Girl Colour, as a teaser for their new album coming out next year.

Boy Colour or Girl Colour is a timely and adorable tune that celebrates and encourages kids to see beyond 'blue is for boys' and'pink is for girls', while teaching them about how other colours are made!

Sydney-siders can catch Beth and Sybilla from The Teeny Tiny Stevies at One Fine Baby on November 4th and 5th. For those not in NSW, you can catch more from the sister-duo at their website.

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