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The Johns (Flannsburgh and Linnell) behind They Might Be Giants have just put out a music video (directed by Hoku Uchiyama and Adam Bolt) for "Your On Fire," a song we premiered earlier this year.…   Read Story »
First emerging in the early '80s, They Might Be Giants were compelling, confounding, and arguably without precedent. They remain, 30 years after the fact, relics of a period in which underground…   Read Story »
Veteran nerd-rock heroes They Might Be Giants return next month with a new album, their 16h, called Nanobots. The duo recorded the LP at the studio of their longtime friend Patrick Dillett, a…   Read Story »
Whether you experience Christmas as a spiritual curative or a wretched crucible likely depends upon your capacity to enjoy the Yuletide season's truly disassociate spirit of insanity. Most of us may…   Read Story »
Fans of dorkily comedic things, take note: Nerd-rock veterans They Might Be Giants were on Conan last night, and it's hard to imagine a more generally simpatico host. On the show, they played the…   Read Story »
Self-titled albums are one thing. But when a band names one of its songs after itself -- or, alternately, when a band names itself after one of its songs -- it's a pretty big deal. The song itself…   Read Story »
Nerd-rock kings They Might Be Giants have a new rarities album called Album Raises New And Troubling Questions out, and one of its tracks is a synthed-up version of their iconic Flood single…   Read Story »
Indie pop institution They Might Be Giants' most recent record, Join Us, is a jump back to the group's formative, hyper-alliterative rock and its most mature (meaning, not specifically crafted for…   Read Story »
The last time we checked in on A.V. Club’s Undercover series, Baths opted to take on the recently departed LCD Soundsystem’s “All My Friends.” Here, NJ shaggy dogs (and Replacements fans)…   Read Story »
They Might Be Giants are taking a break from their spate of children's albums to release Join Us, a collection of songs for adults. Of course, opener "Can't Keep Johnny Down"' is still plenty…   Read Story »