High Five: Louis and Dan and The Invisible Band

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

What happens when two best friends from Minnesota get together to write a bunch of silly songs that are made to get kids and grown-ups dancing? You get our High Five feature album of the week, the self-titled first album from Louis and Dan and The Invisible Band!

Kids will rhyme up a storm with ‘Have You Got a Word?’, learn a weird new way to eat spaghetti with ‘Underwear Spaghetti’, and find out what little princesses do when they grow up in their song ‘Princesses’. (Spoiler – turns out a degree in molecular biology isn’t out of the equation!)

Each song is catchy, intelligent and bursting with fun – and that’s why it's getting a big High Five from us this week.

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