High Five: Now the Day is Over by Innocence Mission

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

Need help calming the kids down? The Innocence Mission’s album Now the Day is Over should help! It’s our High Five this week.

It’s a delightful collection of lullabies and traditional songs from the Indie Folk band, including ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’, ‘What A Wonderful World’ and The Sound of Music’s ‘Edelweiss’.

It’s an album full of sweet sounds to send you off to sleep. 

Want to win a copy? Head to the Kinderling Kids Radio Facebook page.

The band also released an album for grown-ups this year called Sun on the Square.

    Check out our latest High Fives

    The Ballad of the Itsy Bitsy Spider and Other Surprises by John Francisco and Nick Davio

    This week’s high five takes a nursery rhyme to the next level. It's The Ballad of the Itsy Bitsy Spider and Other Surprises, by John Francisco and Nick Davio

    Lullaby Renditions of Ed Sheeran by Rockabye Baby

    Settle into sleepy time with this week’s High Five - Lullaby Renditions of Ed Sheeran by Rockabye Baby This brand new lullaby covers album celebrates the best of the…

    Therapeutic Songs for Kids by Miss Julieann

    This week’s High Five comes from music therapist Miss Julieann, with her album Therapeutic Songs for Kids.

    Written with all children in mind, Therapeutic Songs for Kids is…

    Let's Imagine by Louis and Dan and The Invisible Band

    The hilarious Louis & Dan and their invisible band return with Let’s Imagine, our Kinderling High Five album of the week The two neighbours come bandmates have packed their…

    Seeing Life in 2020 by Michael & The Rockness Monsters

    Michael & The Rockness Monsters celebrate the dawn of a new decade by taking you back through time on their new album Seeing Life in 2020.  Tapping into grown-ups…

    I'm An Optimist by Dog On Fleas

    This week we’ve got a High Five for the hipsters – I’m An Optimist by Dog On Fleas Grammy winning producer Dean Jones’ band overcomes the current climate of…