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The Dirty Sock Funtime Band has a new album out now. You should go buy it because it’s really good.
Full disclosure: we’ve known The Dirty Sock Funtime Band members for awhile. But I have no problem recommending their music because it’s very, very good. If Frank Zappa made kids music, it might sound a little like the Dirty Socks.
That’s not a pejorative, by the way. This may technically be kids music, but it’s more like kid-friendly music. I’ve been walking around singing National Hiccup Day since I first listened to the CD. It’s catchy. (Like hiccups. Get it? Couldn’t resist.)
Here’s the official tweet from the band announcing the album’s release:
— DirtySockFuntimeBand (@TheDirtySocks) October 29, 2013
Check out their Twitter feed @TheDirtySocks for photos, updates, and fun stuff like Mr. Clown showing up at a classroom in New York City to hand out CDs!
Here are some tracks from the new album, The Dirty Socks Come Clean.
We’ll write more soon. For now we wanted to make sure everybody knows that the new album is available.
Strangely, I had forgotten another Dirty Socks tune, I’m Hot, despite the fact that the word hot is in the title.
Both of these songs are available on the album Mr. Clown and the Day the Sun Got Wet. Which at the moment sounds like a very good idea. Soaking the sun I mean. It’s probably a bad idea in reality, if it’s even possible to get the sun wet. I don’t know. I’m a writer not a physicist.
Did I mention it was really hot?
Stay cool, everyone. Literally and figuratively.
— DirtySockFuntimeBand (@TheDirtySocks) June 5, 2013
Right? Cute kid, and well-done costume. We particularly like the flames.
For the uninitiated, The Dirty Sock Funtime Band has been described (by me) as the Frank Zappa of the children’s music scene. (It may be tacky to quote yourself, it does make for easy fact-checking.) You may have seen them on Jack’s Big Music Show, or heard their tunes at Chuck E. Cheese.
If you like that — and why wouldn’t you, it’s great — you should check out the band’s RocketHub campaign for their new album, The Dirty Socks Come Clean. There a variety of ways you can “Join The Band” (not literally) while getting some cool stuff, such as a signed poster, t-shirts, and an early download of the new album. Learn more here.