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Quarantunes

The Kinsey Sicks

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2020 may be known as the year we avoid contact, but The Kinsey Sicks brought their madcap shtick from the stage to your screens - all of them! Be it a phone, tablet, phablet, laptop, or a 128” 8K wrap-around smartTV, they took Dragapella® to new heights (and familiar lows, just ask Winnie!).

Packed with piercing political parodies and powerful original songs, Quarantunes takes on your partisan favorites like an abusive Attorney General (“Mad Attorney General”), corrupt political families (“Grifters”), and lusty sex scandals/Trixie's side hustle (“Stormy Daniels”).

Not ones to be upstaged by a global pandemic - or to respect social niceties - the girls begrudgingly adapt to the new normal and remind us to keep “Social Distance” and respectfully ask that you “Don’t-cha, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me!” And while some have chosen to “Let It Go,” the COVID-19 virus has forced us all, especially singers, to have a new-found appreciation for “Good Ventilation.”

The Kinsey Sicks also take a stand in the ongoing struggle for justice and ask “Which Side Are You On?” Quarantunes also doesn’t shy away from heart-hitting tunes with the girls’ take on “Privilege” and giving voice to those suffering most during the pandemic with “The Sound of Sirens."

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This digital album debuts 16 new tracks in The Kinsey Sicks' signature style of razor-sharp original songs and ruined beloved classics with parodies of The Beach Boys, Bette Midler, Simon & Garfunkel, and even Gilbert & Sullivan! Quarantunes also debuts the group's newest demented darling, Angel (J.B. McLendon) to torment your ears. Founder Benjamin Schatz, who recently retired from touring with the group, continues to write for The Kinsey Sicks and has penned parody and originals songs for Quarantunes.

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 Quarantunes  FUN FACT: The music video for "The Sound of Sirens" has reached over 750,000 views on Facebook.

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