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July 5, 2024

John Linnell has been interviewed by the podcast Off The Beat & Track, and the interview is available on YouTube and all podcast platforms. John Flansburgh was also interviewed by his alma mater Pratt for the Spring 2024 issue of Prattfolio, available in digital and print editions. The interview can be found here with video excerpts from his interview on Instagram here.

July 3, 2024

John and John were interviewed on the Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child radio show before their June 15 show in Minneapolis.

June 28, 2024

A release date of July 12 has been announced for Here Come The 123s on vinyl, following April's release of Here Come The ABCs.

June 24, 2024

They Might Be Giants have announced December tour dates in Philadelphia, DC, Brooklyn and Boston. Dates and tickets are available on the Shows page and

June 23, 2024

They Might Be Giants have made an appearance on Milwaukee radio station WMSE, giving an interview and a live-in-studio performance. A recording is available here (beginning at 1:01:30). John Flansburgh has also been interviewed about the band's current tour by WUWM, The Shepherd Express, and the Strange Brew podcast.

June 12, 2024

TMBW wishes an extraordinary 65th birthday to Mr. John Linnell!

June 6, 2024

John Flansburgh has been interviewed by LeftLion Magazine, discussing the band's upcoming UK tour. Flansburgh mentioned plans to release a new live album, Beast of Horns, in the coming months.

June 4, 2024

John Flansburgh is briefly featured on a new song by David Driver, a cover of Petula Clark's "I Know A Place." The track is a preview of Driver's upcoming performance The Stonewall Jukebox: A Documentary Concert. The song is available on YouTube, and a press release can be read here. Additionally, Flansburgh has been interviewed by music podcast Vinyl Emergency, and John Linnell has been interviewed by astronomy podcast Looking Up.

May 22, 2024

John Linnell has been interviewed by music podcast Word in Your Ear to promote TMBG's upcoming UK tour dates. Watch here on YouTube. Linnell was also interviewed by The Afternoon Show on BBC Radio Scotland, a recording is available here (beginning at 2:11:30).

May 6, 2024

TMBW wishes a wonderful 64th birthday to Mr. John Flansburgh!

April 26, 2024

John Linnell has been interviewed by Cincinnati Magazine, discussing the upcoming They Might Be Giants tour. Marty Beller was interviewed by The Hollywood Podcast and, in which he's spoken about his recent scoring work and the band's upcoming shows. Additionally, a new press release for Lazy has confirmed a 2024 vinyl release of John Henry.

April 19, 2024

TMBG's cover of Lazy is now on streaming, and today is your last chance to join the 2024 Instant Fan Club before it closes!

April 2, 2024

They Might Be Giants appeared on WNYC's All of It today to debut their cover of the Irving Berlin song, "Lazy." Listen to the song here and the full interview here.

April 1, 2024

The They Might Be Giants Instant Fan Club 2024 edition is now taking new members at!

March 8, 2024

Here Come The ABCs will have its vinyl debut on 180g clear LP on April 26 via Disney Records, according to Elusive Disc!

February 21, 2024

John Flansburgh returned as a guest on today's episode of the Who Charted? podcast to give his thoughts about songs on the current Top 40 charts, new films and more. Listen here or your preferred podcasting app.

February 13, 2024

TMBG have announced 15 show dates in the midwestern US in May and June 2024. Check out the dates at our Shows page with more information at

February 6, 2024

TMBG have announced via YouTube that the 2024 edition of the They Might Be Giants Instant Fan Club will be opening soon!

January 24, 2024

TMBG have been announced as special guest performers for Jonathan Coulton’s 2025 JoCo Cruise.

December 27, 2023

After more than four years of being in technical difficulty limbo, TMBW's Song Ratings feature is back online!

November 17, 2023

The annual They Might Be Playing They Might Be Giants radio show on KMSU takes place today, November 17 at 7am ET and runs for 12 hours until the evening. John Flansburgh (9am ET) and John Linnell (3pm ET) will each be calling in today. The show is available for streaming here with more info at

November 14, 2023

John and John have returned to the studio to continue recording. Though not much is known about their next project, the TMBW page TMBG's Upcoming 24th Album is staying up to date with available details.

October 6, 2023

John and John appeared on a new episode of Insider to discuss their live setlists. Watch on YouTube!

October 3, 2023

TMBW wishes Dan Miller an amazing 56th birthday!

September 8, 2023

They Might Be Giants have reissued The Else on 180g pumpkin mystery smoke vinyl.

September 4, 2023

They Might Be Giants have announced that due to health issues, upcoming shows in Australia, England, Ireland and Scotland have been moved from 2023 to 2024. Updated dates are listed on and the Shows page.

July 23, 2023

John Flansburgh was interviewed by Michael Small, the journalist who wrote about the 1985 Demo Tape in People Magazine in June 1986. The episode is the season 2 debut of his I Couldn't Throw It Out podcast. Small also features the band in two new articles on his site about TMBG, one about tributes and history and the other a list of his 50 favorite tracks.

July 18, 2023

John and John were interviewed on the YouTube show/podcast Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker.

July 14, 2023

The Johns appeared on Comedy Bang Bang's CBB-FM podcast. There is a free preview available, and the full 2h 31m episode can be heard by subscribing to CBB: Maximus.

July 10, 2023

TMBW wishes Marty Beller an amazing 56th birthday!

July 6, 2023

To promote TMBG's upcoming July northeast shows, John Flansburgh conducted audio interviews with New England Public Media and Hear it There, and was interviewed in the Hartford Courant.

We'll meet at the end of the tour. (News archives...)

This Day in TMBG

Events of July 14:

1996 – John Flansburgh marries Robin Goldwasser, who to this day frequently collaborates with They Might Be Giants.

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