New York duo John Flansburgh and John Linnell have been making irreverent ironic alt-rock for nearly three decades, spawning imitators like Weezer and Ben Folds Five… it’s clear they have lost none of their playful individualityDaily Telegraph
The geek-rock likes of Weezer and Death Cab for Cutie owe a debt to this multimillion-selling Brooklyn duo, purveyors or smark-alecky pop tunesThe Times
The quirky alt.pop duo are currently enjoying a hipster-led popularity resurgenceTime Out
They Might Be Giants helped write the manual for American geek-rockQ
The geeky duo are hilarious and better at rocking out than cooler groups. Dive in and explore a unique, weirdly moving worldDaily Star
They Might Be Giants are an original band from Brooklyn, New York, founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell in 1982. TMBG writes, records and tours continuously and have been involved in numerous television and film projects. They have an on-going audio and sometimes video podcast that is free. And an iPhone app. They have won two Grammys.
In March 2013 They Might Be Giants will release their 16th album Nanobots on Lojinx in Europe and on their own Idlewild imprint in North America.