High Five: Scratch 'n' Sniff by The Sticker Club

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

Attention indie rocker parents!

Indie goes k-indie for this week's High Five, thanks to a supergroup of mega-stars from Lemonheads, Smudge, Faker and more. Scratch ‘n’ Sniff by The Sticker Club!

Your family mosh pit will be rockin’ and poppin’ to the dance craze classic ‘Can You Do The Peanut’; you’ll love the revamp of ‘Hide and Seek’; and take your imagination up into the clouds with the wistful melodies of ‘Tree Girl’.

Scratch ‘n’ Sniff by The Sticker Club is an all-star High Five feature album of indie pop and bubblegum rock. A must have for the next family dance-off.

WIN! Enter the competition on the Kinderling Facebook page for your chance to win the album.

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