A couple months ago, I was at dinner with friends and we were discussing Star Wars (duh). The conversation turned to C-3PO and how everyone hates C-3PO and how he’s terrible in every way. So annoying! So unkind! So oblivious! And I thought to myself: “Oh gosh, this is how people talk about me when I’m not around I bet.” On the way home, I wrote this song about FEELINGS.
Patreon backers can download this song right here!
Did you know scientists are working on replacing the International Prototype Kilogram standard with a mathematical formula? Do those words mean nothing to you? Either way, hey, we wrote a break-up song about it. We’re really proud of it and you can hear it now!
Watch it on YouTube, share it if you like it, and if you’d like to download the song, consider supporting us on Patreon, where you can get all of our songs like this automagically for a pledge of $1 per video.
The nice folks at Cards Against Humanity commissioned a new holiday song from us this year, and the result is this song called “Sexist Bullshit” (NSFW: swearing, heresy). Watch it at HolidayBullshit.com (Day 7), where you can also find lots of other hilarious videos from people like Paul and Storm, Marian Call, Molly Lewis, Loading Ready Run and more! Download the track from our bandcamp page.
Annalee Newitz, awesome human, Dimetrodon fan, and editor-in-chief of io9, asked us to help her make a book trailer for her book “Scatter Adapt and Remember,” a book about mass extinctions. Along with fantastic animator Leigh Lahav, this is what happened:
We got to be guests on TableTop, Wil Wheaton’s webseries about games on Geek & Sundry, and this seemed like the kind of thing we should write a song about. So we did! We tried to include the names of every game played on the show. This has got a lot of new things for us in it, including a special appearance and verse by the amazing Adam WarRock!!
UPDATE: you can now watch our episode of TableTop!
For the rest of 2013, we will be releasing a new song every Wednesday. This is called “Weekly Song Wednesday.” Like it? It’s alliterative. The first song is already up: check out INTERNET TROLL on YouTube, and buy the mp3 (pay-what-you-want) on Bandcamp!