High Five: Have You Heard About Hugh? by Nick Cope

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

We kick off 2019 with a brilliant new album from one of Kinderling’s favourite UK kids' musicians -  Nick Cope.

Have you heard about Hugh? is Cope’s sixth album for kids and pokes into some funny and strange places like pesky head lice and adventurous hedgehogs; all while tipping gender stereotyping on its head. 

Have you heard about Hugh? by Nick Cope is a superbly musical, charming and thoughtful album that deserves to be loved. So help us celebrate it with a big High Five!

Head over to Nick's website to purchase Have You Heard About Hugh?, or any of his other amazing kids albums.

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