Mailing List Archive/2020-11-24

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Greetings all. We are hopping into the studio in a few weeks to continue working on our next release, but we have big news right now regarding our holiday offerings.
and use code 3876962 to unlock the savings!Right now everything on our site that isn’t a Holiday Bundle is on sale for 15% off. That includes a ton of new shirts like the Scientist, the Birdhouse shirt and the Heavy Metal shirt, all vinyl, all these kids shirts, and even music downloads including new songs I Lost Thursday, Who Are the Electors?, and the epic two-set live show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (which includes a rare duo set worthy of your attention)!

Use code 3876962 to unlock the savings!

But there is more!

PLUS ONE OF THE NEW DIAL-A-SONG SHIRTS for JUST $35!We have NEW DIAL-A-SONG SHIRTS and full instant download sets from the 2015 and 2018 D-A-S project years at MASSIVE discounts. All 52 songs from each year, in two complete sets, combined with great t-shirts you can customize to your own taste! There are unisex, women's, and youth styles and even a crewneck sweatshirt!

We have just mixed an unusual live show and now are making it available to you for deep headphone listening. For one brief shining moment on Saturday, November 29th, 2015, They Might Be Giants returned to their original format: a drum machine and synth bass tracked to a TEAC reel-to-reel tape recorder with a duo lineup of John L. on accordion and John F. on a Japanese telecaster (even taking care to bring back his original Fender Deluxe amp and minimal pedal complement). It was all Big 80s Systems at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn for that special set. Combining some early classics with recent numbers into a truly dynamic set of songs, these recordings are a unique glimpse of They Might Be Giants Version 1.0.

To top things off, the second set that night reintroduced They Might Be Giants' long-standing live lineup of the 21st century and, like John Henry of legend, they set out to prove that live humans will always eclipse the heartless, error-free efforts of machines. Who won? Only you can decide.As we leave you until our next J. Peterman-catalog-inspired missive, please understand that the global pandemic has affected many systems including the US Postal Service and our fulfillment center. While we are very confident that current orders will be filled long before Hanukkah, Kwanza, or Christmas, the easiest way for us to rest easy knowing that you will be fully satisfied as a customer is to order now. Maybe that seems a little pushy--emails are always so cold! You know what we mean. Stay safe.

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