A free download from They Might Be Giants, performing Flood live in its entirety on tour in Australia. DOWNLOAD IT HERE.
Flood was They Might Be Giants third album, and was a remarkable moment in our career and development both creatively and professionally. Facing the specter of a label major deal and the critical magnifying glass turning to the “college rock scene” TMBG managed to fashion a sprawling original album both sonically engaging yet still closely following our original musical mission.
They Might Be Giants featured in the May issue of The Wire magazine.
After an incredible year of creativity, posting 52 new songs over the course of 2015, we are proud to announce the release of They Might Be Giants new disc PHONE POWER. Boasting 18 pop gems, Phone Power continues the all-killer, no-filler tradition of the band’s current efforts. The disc includes “I Love You for Psychological Reasons” the standout track that will be lodged in your head with barely a second listen, and a disarming reworking of Destiny’s Child’s classic “Bills, Bills, Bills.”
Recorded in a secret location in New York City with Pat Dillett (Sufjan Stevens, St. Vincent, The National, David Byrne) this album finds the Giants working mostly in the same power-packed configuration as their hard-working live line up, with a minimum of production embellishments.
Phone Power is out now on Lojinx CD & digital.
“TMBG’s capacity for writing a terrific melody is what sustains their popularity: that and the ability to leave audiences feeling that music ought primarily to be fun.”
They Might Be Giants stopped by BBC Radio Ulster when they were passing through Belfast on their current UK tour. The band chat with host Gerry Kelly and perform few acoustic tunes.
Listen to it here.
They Might Be Giants feature in the Lancashire Evening Post. Read it here.
They Might Be Giants were featured in yesterday’s Metro, ahead of the sold out London show next week.
New albums Glean & Why? are out now!
They Might Be Giants arrive in the UK this month for a run of dates supporting their impressive recorded output for the last 12 months. Expect to hear classic tunes and new material from their Dial-A-Song project, that concluded with it’s 52nd weekly new song & video in December, and tracks from new albums Glean & Why?