High Five: I Am Your Food by Gunnar Madsen

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

Roll up your sleeves, pop your apron on and grab your knife and fork! Our High Five this week is a finger-lickin’ good album and a treat for the ears, I Am Your Food by Gunnar Madsen.

There are delicious messages about food production, including a yummy power ballad about the food we consume, 'I Am Your Food', a delectable song about the dangers of fast food, 'Food Too Fast' and a flavour-filled warning to use what we have, called 'Shelf Life'.

A crisp, yet juicy record, I Am Your Food is on our High Five menu every day this week!

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

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