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December 15, 2016

TMBG have released a new Christmas song for 2016 titled "Christmas In The Big House". Watch it on Youtube.png

December 12, 2016

The Long Island Herald has posted an interview with Danny Weinkauf. Check it out here.

November 18, 2016

Shuffle Function is playing They Might Be Giants all day today for the third year in a row on KMSU to celebrate James Ensor's death. Listen at 89.7 FM on your southern Minnesota radio dial, or stream it live from almost anywhere in the world at Both Flansburgh and Linnell call in to chat and answer questions from time to time as well! Request songs and submit topics for the Johns to talk about on Twitter and Facebook.

November 4, 2016

Diffuser wrote about TMBG's early history to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of their first album. Check it out here.

July 21, 2016

Bar/None Records is celebrating their 30th anniversary with a new blog dedicated to the label's history, including posts about the early days of They Might Be Giants. One such entry, "They Might Be Giants - The Band That Launched a Label", features recently uncovered promotional artwork from the band's first two albums.

June 30, 2016

Danny Weinkauf talked to the Long Island Herald about his upcoming solo album. Read it here.

June 19, 2016

Chop Shop has released an EP of TMBG songs written for The Chopping Block over 12 years ago, entitled Songs For Chop. It includes "Oranges and Graphic Design" and the original version of "Robot Parade" titled "Robot Design". Check it out here.

June 12, 2016

TMBW sends wishes for a fantastic birthday to John Linnell, who turns 57 today!

June 11, 2016

John Flansburgh talked about the 1983 drum machine that's his favorite instrument for

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This Day in TMBG

Events of January 21:


2013 – TMBG releases They Might Be Giants, their free iOS application. The app, designed in collaboration with Paul Sahre, Hine Mizushima, and Scarface, lets fans listen to five different tracks, which may be new songs, rarities, television and commercial themes, or other TMBG tracks.

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