High Five: Space Rabbits of Brocklevoons by Kate Rowe

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

Ready for a quirky, musical adventure that bounces from folk songs and gypsy jazz to disco and beyond? Because that’s exactly what you’ll find in Kate Rowe’s album, Space Rabbits Of Brocklevoons.

Our High Five album of the week is every bit as fun as its title suggests, with the Perth singer exploring some of life’s biggest (and silliest) topics. Sing along to songs about fussy-eating cats in ‘My Cat Won’t Eat That’, learn all about the mysteries of the world’s most infamous explosion with ‘Big Bang’, and make sure you listen to ‘Don’t Listen to This Song’… even if it tells you not to!

It will make you dance and sing. But best of all it’ll make you laugh!

HEAR MORE: Find out more about Kate Rowe on her website.

WIN! You could score a copy of Space Rabbits from Brocklevoons by entering our competition here!

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