Listen to this "kids music for grown-ups" song about how you should wear a facemask

Back in 2014, I went to see folk-punk troubadour Frank Turner in concert. I've seen him many times before and since then, and he always curates interesting opening acts. But at this particular performance, one of those groups was Koo Koo Kanga Roo, a "kids band for grown-ups" comprised of two goofy white dudes rapping to an iPod about cats and PB&J sandwiches (no crust). It was jarring, to say the least. But within 10 minutes or so — certainly by the time they jumped into the crowd and tried to start a circle pit with one of those giant rainbow gym class parachutes — I was absolutely won over by their wholesome, high energy show.

That same year, the group put out a delightful song about fanny packs, and now they've re-written that song to be about facemasks.

This song should be broadcast in every school until at least the pandemic is far behind us. And probably every bar and workplace, too.