Want to support us and get all the latest tracks?
WANT TO BUY OUR MUSIC DIGITALLY?
Great! Our studio albums and EPs* are available on all fine digital retailers, including:
Spotify, Xbox, Zune, Google Music Store, Rumblefish, Muve Music, etc.
WANT TO BUY OUR MUSIC IN PHYSICAL CD FORM?
CDBaby has all our CDs for $10 each!
Our 2015 CD
Our 2014 CD
Lasers & Feelings
Our 2013 CD
Chainmail & Cello
Our 2012 CD
WANT LYRICS/CHORDS/SHEET MUSIC?
Great! We’ve put up most of the lyrics for our songs on Bandcamp. If they aren’t there and you need them, bug us. Side note: we need help transcribing lyrics on some of our songs.
Thanks to the hard work of some awesome listeners, we now have a page with some chords to a few of our songs. Feel free to request more or donate your time to the cause of other musicians on that page. :)
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*The Complete Discography (an explanation):
We have released four studio albums as the Doubleclicks: “President Snakes” (2015) “Dimetrodon” (June 2014) “Lasers and Feelings” (July 2013) and “Chainmail and Cello” (April 2012.) We’ve also released two studio EPs — our kid’s EP “Worst Superpower Ever” (April 2012), our Christmas EP “Christmas Ain’t About Me” (December 2012). Our first demo album was called “Beta Testing 1-2-3” and was recorded in 2010 under the band name “Angela and Aubrey Webber Version 1.0”. It is not very good. All of these albums are on iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, Spotify, XBox, Zune, etc etc, etc.
Exclusively on Bandcamp, you can find even more of our music, some of which eventually made it into one of the studio albums listed above. We’ve released music for songwriting challenges: “Monthly Song Monday” (Feb 2014-?), “Weekly Song Wednesday” (Sept-December 2013 & season 2: May 2014-July 2014) “Song Fu 2012” (January-December 2012) and “Song-A-Week” (February-September 2011). And we’ve got a couple free demo/promotional EPs: “Blatant Pandering” (Sept 2011) “Pirates” (Sept 2012) and “Not a Meme” (August 2012). For April Fool’s day in 2013 we released an all-meowing album, and we’re not sorry.