High Five: Now That We're Home by KB Whirly

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

After a new album of soothing lullabies? Look no further than KB Whirly’s latest release, Now That We’re Home.

Our High Five feature album of the week explores a parent’s love for their child, and draws inspiration from Whirly’s observations as his own daughter started growing up and understanding more of the world around her.

Prepare to feel all the feelings with songs like ‘Just Us Three’ about family outings, ‘Valley of Dreams’ which celebrates the beauty of the world, and ‘What Will You Do’ – a lesson that anything is possible.

Each track is moving, personal and intimate, and sure to be a hit with the whole family – especially at bed time!

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