High Five: Songs from the Whirly House by KB Whirly

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

Get ready for high energy, swingin’ tunes all week long from our High Five feature release – KB Whirly’s Songs from the Whirly House! Upbeat, percussive and great for singing along to, the lyrics nurture important values for, like the culture of community in 'Gather Round', messages of love in 'Every Little Thing' and rules to guide kindness and openness in 'Wandering Child'

Positivity oozes through every song on Songs from the Whirly House by KB Whirly, our brilliant High Five feature release this week!

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