High Five: Get Grubby TV by dirtgirl and friends

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

Love to get grubby? Well, you’ll love our High Five feature album this week -  Get Grubby TV from dirtgirl and friends.

Featuring dirtgirl, scrapBoy and Costa the Garden Gnome, this mucky new album celebrates dirt, nature and the circle of life! Each song features the wonders of our world, like the beauty of growth in ‘Change’, the stars and universe beyond  in acoustic ballad ‘Stargazing’ and the joys of jumping in puddles in ‘Gumboot Boogie’.

Get Grubby TV is the perfect album for planet-loving families, and gets a big dirty High Five from us this week!

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