High Five: The Silly Galahs

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

Celebrating the sights and sounds of Australia, our High Five this week is The Silly Galahs’ debut, self-titled album! Filled with character and fun imagery, the release will be an instant hit with kids.

There’s the fast-paced ‘Chew Chew Choo’ food train, an intimate look at the strange creature that is a platypus in 'Once Upon A Platypus' and kids can send out a “cooee” in ‘Gecko Ecko’.

The Silly Galahs explore this country we live in through our animals, food and nature, making it the perfect album to play our kids over and over.

Want to win a copy? Head to the Kinderling Kids Radio Facebook page to enter.

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