High Five: Littlefolk by Angie Who

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

Who is ‘Who’? Angie Who…that’s who!

Sydney based, singer-songwriter Angie Who is a memorable new voice with a memorable name who delivers a ready-to-love classic with her debut album, Littlefolk.

Writing for (and around) her two young children, Who captures the funny and gentle moments common to most families, translated into country-folk compositions that are as catchy in melody as they are in theme.

Who’s original songs also sit beautifully alongside gentle reinterpretations of classic lullabies and folk tunes, forming an Australian k-indie album that sits more than comfortably alongside the already loved works of fellow mum-artists, Kasey Chambers and Hollie Throsby.

From the music to the artwork, Littlefolk is a guaranteed new family favourite and gets the Kinderling High Five this week!

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