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Flight of the Conchords Releases New Single

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"Flight of the Conchords" was once one of the best shows on TV, and then it kind of went downhill, and then it just kind of disappeared. Well, it totally disappeared. But now, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement have reconvened, this time for charity: The singing duo has teamed up to raise money for a group called Cure Kids by releasing a new single, "Feel Inside and Stuff Like That."

In it, we see them break their silence with manager Murray, and collaborate with children to write the lyrics. It is incredible.