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The Rubberbandits release their newest single in Irish - SEE VIDEO

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Read  more: The Rubberbandits new video 'I Wanna to Fight Your Father' released - SEE VIDEO

Read more: The Rubberbandits unmasked as middle-class gentlemen - SEE VIDEOS

Cheeky comedians the Rubberbandits, aka Blind Boy Boat Club and Mr. Chrome, have released a new version of their single "I Wanna Fight Your Father" which translates as "Ba Mhaith Liom Bruíon le D’athair".

In honor of "Seachtáin na Gaeilge" ("A Week of Irish") a week of national celebration of the Irish language the pair have released a new version along with a new video of their newest single. The video includes fake red beards, singing potatoes and Riverdance-style backing dancers.

They plan to distribute 800,000 copies of a CD together including tracks from Irish band the Heathers, Republic of the Loose and others.

Just one week after the launch of the "I Wanna Fight Your Father" tune it is the most viewed video in Ireland. 

Read  more: The Rubberbandits new video 'I Wanna to Fight Your Father' released - SEE VIDEO

Read more: The Rubberbandits unmasked as middle-class gentlemen - SEE VIDEOS

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