High Five: A Round of Applause for the Dinosaurs by Nick Cope

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

A Round of Applause for the Dinosaurs is Nick Cope’s fifth collection of original songs for kids and families. His songs are heart-warming stories of family, lonely wolf children and amazing tales of Aliens and Dinosaurs, but that also focus on how to look after our planet and each other. Pretty sweet!

Dinosaurs also features a who’s who of musicians; Cope himself the lead singer of indie stars The Candy Skins, guitarist Andy Bell from Ride/Oasis and Katie Rose Bennett on backing vocals. 

A Round of Applause for the Dinosaurs is an all-star release from an all-star musician so listen out for our High Five selections all this week.

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