High Five: Songs for Carmella - lullabies & sing-a-longs by Christina Perri

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

This week’s High Five is a guaranteed Settle Petal classic.

Songs For Carmella by Christina Perri is full of new and classic lullabies, gentle versions of Disney favourites, and Perri even works in a chilled version of her smash hit ‘A Thousand Years’.

Songs For Carmella drops the decibels for nightime chill-time. A gentle album full of love that the whole family will enjoy.

For your chance to win a copy for your family, head to the Kinderling Facebook page.

Or buy the album.

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