High Five: 20 Songs in 20 Days by Hullabaloo

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Gather round the campfire! This week’s High Five is a quaint collection of country influenced tunes. It’s 20 Songs in 20 Days by Hullabaloo. The whole beautiful album is the very first time each of these songs were played from beginning to end. So these acoustic sounds are exactly what was originally recorded and they've been left untouched.

“The recordings on this album are hot off the stove. They are literally the first time I successfully played each song from beginning to end. Nothing has been added after the fact," one half of the duo, Steve Denyes, says.

With clever wordplay, there’s a whole range of themes, like a dash of French in 'My Trip to Paris', a DIY musical project in 'My Guitar' and an ode to educators in 'My Music Teacher'. Writing one song a day for 20 days, Hullabaloo has accomplished an impressive creative feat, that is organic yet polished. 

Grab the digital-only release on iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon, and other online music retailers. Want to win a copy? Head to the Kinderling Facebook page to enter.

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