The Doubleclicks
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The Doubleclicks

Portland, OR | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF

Portland, OR | SELF
Established on Jan, 2011
Band Folk Comedy


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“The Doubleclicks are my favorite. They’re sisters, they play the ukulele and the cello, and they sing about nerd stuff like D&D, dinosaurs, WoW. They are just delightful people, too, and I can’t wait to perform with them again.” - Wil Wheaton Dot Net

"Dungeon Masters"

“A surprising number of musicians pander to geeks eager to hear anyone acknowledge Firefly, but the Doubleclicks’ music—sharp and clever, with a heavy dose of melancholy—comes from a more universal place” — Erik Henriksen - The Portland Mercury


The duo’s first full-length album “Chainmail and Cello” (2012) intones the life and loves of the geek girl – with soungs about love, Velociraptors, and Pride & Prejudice.

In 2012 the band also released an EP of their music for kids called “Worst Superpower Ever.”

In 2012, the Doubleclicks also persevered through the year-long Song Fu 2012 monthly songwriting challenge as a featured artist, wrote the official theme song for party game Cards Against Humanity, and released a 5-song Christmas EP and a music video for their Hobbit Christmas song which received over 14,000 views on YouTube.

Their 2013 album “Lasers and Feelings,” to be released 7/9, will feature the sisters’ first recordings with a full band.



The Doubleclicks are a folk-pop sister duo from Portland Oregon, who perform a delightful all-ages show with songs about Dungeons & Dragons, social awkwardness, believing in yourself and much more. The sisters play cello, guitar, ukulele—and of course, their fan-favorite cat keyboard. Growing up in a musical family, sisters Angela and Aubrey Webber have played instruments their whole lives. But it wasn't until 2009 that Aubrey convinced her younger sister Angela to set her nerdy poems to music. The sisters put their new cello-infused singer-songwriter tunes on YouTube and quickly found that there was an audience for their music! Since then, The Doubleclicks have opened for nerd stars like Jonathan Coulton and Wil Wheaton, performed at dozens of conventions, libraries, colleges, comedy clubs and game stores around the US and Canada, and released more than 70 music videos on YouTube, where they have 14,000 subscribers and 3 million views. They have released four albums, a Christmas EP and an album of their music for children and host a monthly online concert for their fans.