Hits from LCD Soundsystem, Daft Punk and The Beatles have been transformed into lullabies for your tiny little musician

The latest demo from baby-pop release Rockabye Baby! Birthday Party is here, and it’s a nap-friendly version of LCD Soundsystem‘s 2007 hit All My Friends.

This marks the second taste of the upcoming release after a version of Daft Punk‘s Get Lucky. The record has a unique target demographic; the hardly-sought 0-2 year-old music market. If it keeps on delivering the hits, it’s sure to grab the monopoly on that age bracket.

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Rockabye Baby is the upcoming lullaby compilation aimed at your little rockstar. Featuring childish renditions of some of your favourites, it’s a must-listen for any future muso.

Some of the other reworked hits Rockabye Baby! Birthday Party will be offering up are David Bowie‘s classic Let’s Dance, The Beatles‘ singalong Birthday, Michael Jackson‘s dance hit Rock With You, and the infallible 1990’s house party banger Get The Party Started from P!nk.

The full album will be out October 14th, as a celebration of Rockabye Baby’s 10th year. Even though it’s a birthday party, you don’t need to worry about the noise, or anyone staying up late this time – each track is meant to lull you to sleep, and not to keep naughty bubs up all night.

You can listen to the released versions of All My Friends and Get Lucky below.



Via Pitchfork.