High Five: Long Ambients 1 - Calm, Sleep by Moby

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

This week, Kinderling is giving a High Five to a slow, sleepy release from Moby, Long Ambients 1 - Calm, Sleep.

The music is exactly as described in the title; long, calm tracks for sleep. Without any vocals or drums, the quiet album was designed specifically for yoga, sleep and meditation. Perfect to wind down to, and ideal for playing all night long, the pretty chords and sounds on each twenty-minute song will have the whole family relaxed.

Listen out for our High Five selections in the evenings on Settle Petal and Sleepy Soundtrack all this week on Kinderling! You can also stream the tracks here:

To download the full album for free, head to Moby's website.

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