High Five: Blue Skies and Sunny Days by Frances England

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

This week’s High Five is a collection of bright, positive messages from Frances England, called Blue Skies and Sunny Days. Full of light and love, the laid-back music is a beautiful antidote to the negativity of the world.

We hear an ethereal, upbeat echo of a ‘Good Day’, a sprightly cover of Cat Stevens classic 'If You Want To Sing Out' and encouraging reassurance to meet life’s challenges with a deep breath in 'Mama Said'.

Frances’ sparkly, acoustic pop songs are the perfect addition to any family’s music collection, which is why it’s our High Five this week!

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