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The Doubleclicks

The Doubleclicks are a folk-pop music duo made up of siblings Laser and Aubrey. The siblings perform songs that are geeky, snarky, sweet, and uplifting, on their cello, ukulele and meowing cat keyboard. The latest Doubleclicks album, “the Book Was Better” has songs about video games, gender identity, and trying to get away from the Internet. It's the fourth Doubleclicks album to chart in the top 10 on Billboard's Comedy Chart.

The Doubleclicks songs are for everybody, and tend to be appreciated by nerds, queer folks, kids and rad folks who helped fund the production of their new album on Kickstarter, and have made four of their previous albums Billboard-charting successes. The Doubleclicks have been played on NPR shows like "All Things Acoustic," and featured on BoingBoing, io9 and Geek & Sundry, and the Huffington Post. The Doubleclicks have played at SF Sketchfest and Bridgetown Comedy Festival, performed at dozens of conventions, libraries, colleges, comedy clubs and game stores around the US, Australia and Canada, and released more than 70 music videos on YouTube, where they have 16,000 subscribers and 3 million views.