These men had the idea for an album of children's music to help kids all over the world. They're in a band called Belle and Sebastian
Lots of kids came to the launch of the album, called Colours Are Brighter. All the money made will go to kids' charity Save The Children
One of the songs is called The Monkeys Are Breaking Out Of The Zoo and has lots of actions. These naughty chimps were dancing along to the groove
Top band the Kooks performed at the launch. Their song is about an evil chocolate-stealing king. Band member Luke said: "I hope little kids will like it."
Alex, 11, George, 10, and Lucy, nine, all loved the album - especially the monkey song. "I think it's good that this is helping children who don't have an education," said Lucy
Bailey, who's six, liked the Ninja Dinosaur song by Four Tet. The album has also got songs by Snow Patrol and Franz Ferdinand. Listen to clips on the right hand side
The launch party was lots of fun - but there was a serious message too. The £10 from the album will buy text books for one school for one year
Ben Hewitt, from Save The Children, said the album is part of a campaign to help 8m kids who live in war zones and miss out on going to school