High Five: SplashDance

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

SplashDance brings back rock ‘n’ roll swing to the dancefloor on their debut album Get Your Splash Hands Ready!

Penned by multi-award winning Wiggles composer John Field, these songs stand out as pop-tastic anthems with the SplashDance foursome delivering a high wattage performance on each.

To catch SplashDance in action, check out their June/July NSW tour dates and listen out all this week for our High Five selections below.

Available now on the ABC Website

  1. Track
    1. I Love The Colour Red
    Artist
    SplashDance
    Listen
  2. Track
    2. Moving All Together
    Artist
    SplashDance
  3. Track
    3. Just Like This, Just Like That
    Artist
    SplashDance
  4. Track
    4. I Love Bananas
    Artist
    SplashDance
  5. Track
    5. Everybody’s Moving
    Artist
    SplashDance

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