High Five: Go For the Moon by Andrew & Polly

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

If your family likes to laugh, they’ll love this week’s High Five feature album by LA duo, Andrew and Polly. It’s called Go For The Moon – and it’s quirky, clever and musically magnificent!

Buckle in for an adorable version of Smashmouth’s ‘90s hit, ‘All Star’, a pump-up song that teaches you to sit down, ‘Chair School, and a song that’s all about positive thinking titled ‘You Can’t Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd’ … because why not! Who’s going to question a good thing?!

It’s silly, funky and sure to be an instant family favourite – and that’s why it’s getting a big High Five from us this week!

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