High Five: Why Why Why? by Ants Ants Ants

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

All parents know that kids never tire of asking Why?! This week’s High Five feature album celebrates that intense curiosity in kids, it’s Why Why Why? by Ants Ants Ants.

Highlighting youthful inquisitiveness, we hear the age-old question in road trip anthem ‘Are We There Yet’, the title track covering all the super cute questions from the early years and then an upwards look for answers in ‘Where Does The Moon Go?’.

A charming, upbeat and infectious release, Why Why Why? Will have foots tapping across Australia. That’s why it’s our High Five this week. Buy the music on iTunes.

To win a copy, head to the Kinderling Facebook page.

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