High Five: Bag of Rats by Chaos at Play

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

Toddler moshpits across the land, get ready to rock!!

Chaos at Play is Aussie stay-at-home-dad-and-daughter-duo, Sam and Isis (three years old) and together they craft songs around a toddler/parent day. Like rocked-out versions of 'Incy Wincy Spider' and 'ABC TNT'; and new favourites-in-the-making 'Hungry Kids', 'Flat Frog' and 'The Indicator Song (Rainbows Out of My Bum)'.

Listen out all this week for Bag of Rats - the funny named album destined to be THE rock album for the toddler age.

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