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!

To win your fam a copy, head to the Kinderling Facebook page.

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