Archive Tag: tour dates

28 Sep 2015
They Might Be Giants Why?

Brooklyn’s very own perpetual-motion machine, They Might Be Giants are releasing their second album of 2015. The eagerly awaited follow up to their Grammy-winning “Here Come the 123s” and the Grammy-nominated “Here Comes Science”, the legendary originals return to the world of kids stuff with a fantastic set of new songs. Why? will be released 27th November via Lojinx and features a collection of new songs on their 2015 Dial-A-Song re-launch.

Coming out of the gate with the odd brilliance of “Oh You Did” through the pop charm of “Out of A Tree,” “Elephants” and “Omnicorn,” to the rocking optimism of “Then The Kids Took Over,” Why? has everything to delight both kids and parents alike. The album also celebrates marriage equality with the song “And Mom and Kid,” a track the band contributed to an HBO special on family diversity called “A Family is A Family is A Family.” Love wins! TMBG’s projects for kids always deliver memorable songs with irresistible melodies and original production values — all in a family-friendly package with none of that pandering aftertaste.

They Might Be Giants are in the middle of an epic year. They are releasing a new song (and video) every week through their Dial-A-Song project and touring non-stop. They will be returning to the UK in January 2016.

Pre-order Why? HERE and get 4 instant mp3 downloads!


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18 Sep 2015
They Might Be Giants UK Tour

2015 may well prove to be the busiest on record in They Might Be Giants, and the intensity shows no sign of abating as tickets are now on sale for a string of UK dates in January and February 2016.

They Might Be Giants‘ last full-band show in the UK was a sold-out Shepherd’s Bush Empire in late 2013, however, the band, performing as a trio, thrilled a packed Rough Trade East for a one-off in-store show in July this year following a string of radio appearances on BBC Radio 2, 6 Music, Absolute Radio, BBC London and more.

Their new album Glean is out now and Dial-A-Song continues it’s run of exceptionally quality in delivering a brand new song & video every week in 2015.


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03 Jun 2015
The Lost Brothers Summer 2015 Tour Dates

The Lost Brothers have announced a run of summer tour dates that include the legendary Glastonbury Festival, The Secret Garden Party and a headline festival warm-up show at The Islington, London.


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03 Jun 2015

The Lost Brothers have announced a run of summer tour dates that include the legendary Glastonbury Festival, The Secret Garden Party and a headline festival warm-up show at The Islington, London.

The band have also premiered a new video for Can I Stay With You, from their new album New Songs Of Dawn and Dust. The video, created by Casey McBride, features footage shot of the duo on tour with Glen Hansard and Stornoway in 2015.

The Lost Brothers Summer 2015 Tour Dates


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18 May 2015
Hannah Schneider UK Tour

Danish musician Hannah Schneider is bringing her dreamy electro-infused singer/songriter sound to the UK for a run of dates in June. Following her debut UK album release of “Red Lines” on British indie Lojinx (on Mermaid/Sony in Denmark) Hannah will be bringing her epic one-woman show to the UK for only the second time. Performing all instrumentation herself whilst looping and singing infectious hooks and harmonies, audiences can’t fail to be impressed.

a provocative, pioneering artist” – Clash Magazine

We simply love this woman and will shout over the rooftops about her dreamy electro-pop sound” – Never Enough Notes

flourishes of minimalist electronica and gorgeous melodies” – The 405

100 Artists You Must Hear In 2015” – Planet Stereo

Schneider creates melancholic and playful pop, crafted with a love for the singer/songwriter tradition and a fascination with electronic sounds and samples. Inspired by her environment – the sounds surrounding her – Hannah incorporates a diversity of instrumentation and timbre that adds a unique dimension to the expertly constructed pop tunes. Her music is imbued with themes of melancholia and loneliness that are conveyed with an engaging charisma in her voice, instrumentation and expert arrangements.

  • 04 June 2015 The Lighthouse, Deal (w/She And The Junkies)
  • 05 June 2015 Bar 42, Worthing (w/She And The Junkies)
  • 06 June 2015 The Golden Fleece, Nottingham (w/She And The Junkies)
  • 09 June 2015 Red Lion, Bristol (w/She And The Junkies)
  • 11 June 2015 St Pancras Old Church, London (w/Jingo)

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18 Mar 2015
The Lost Brothers – UK dates with Stornoway

The Lost Brothers are returning from triumphant US tour with Glen Hansard and SXSW shows to immediately head back out on the road with a string of dates supporting Stornoway in the UK & Ireland. Prefaced with Liverpool Acoustic Festival and Shepherd’s Bush Empire with St. Paul and The Broken Bones, the band continue to support their new album New Songs Of Dawn And Dust.

  • 21 March Liverpool, Unity Theatre (Liverpool Acoustic Festival)
  • 28 March London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (w/St. Paul and The Broken Bones)
  • 10 April Dublin, Pavilion Theatre (w/Stornoway)
  • 21 April Southampton, Engine Rooms (w/Stornoway)
  • 22 April Reading, Sub 89 (w/Stornoway)
  • 23 April London, Islington Assembly Hall (w/Stornoway)
  • 25 April Bexhill on Sea, De La Warr Pavilion (w/Stornoway)
  • 28 April Cambridge, Junction (w/Stornoway)
  • 29 April Norwich, The Waterfront (w/Stornoway)
  • 30 April Glasgow, The Art School (w/Stornoway)
  • 01 May Newcastle upon Tyne, Riverside (w/Stornoway)

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