High Five: Kindred by Renee & Friends

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

This week’s High Five feature album is Kindred, the brand-new second album from Renee & Friends.  Packed with gorgeous acoustics and vocal harmonies, it’s an album that’s sure to have kids and grown-ups singing their hearts out.

It’s got heartfelt tracks like ‘Kindred’, covers of old classics like ‘High Hopes’, and plenty of songs to encourage learning and discovery like ‘Be Curious’.

The artist is called Renee and Friends for a reason. Expect to hear a lot of familiar voices on this album, including Grammy Award-winners Ziggy Marley, Lisa Loeb and Secret Agent 23 Skidoo. Now that definitely deserves a big High Five in our book!

WIN! For your chance to win a free copy of Kindred, enter our Facebook competition here.

MORE: Find out more about Renee & Friends on her website.

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