High Five: Hot Biscuits by Johnny and the Raindrops

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If you love twanging guitars and banging drums, you’ll love this week’s High Five feature album by Johnny and the Raindrops. The four-piece band have been putting on ‘gigs for cool kids’ since 2008, and the album Hot Biscuits combines all their best hits in the one place.

It features punk rock versions of nursery rhymes (Five Little Fingers), songs that inspire some kooky imaginations (‘Pirate School’ and ‘I’m in the Washing Machine’), songs that celebrate all the unique parts of our bodies (‘Everybody’s Body’) and a whole lot more. Check it out, and get ready to groove along!

Want to learn more about Johnny and the Raindrops? Check out their website.

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