They Might Be Giants
America's most durable alternative rockers They Might Be Giants have finally perfected their deliriously catchy, original sound! Their latest studio album, Nanobots, features 25 startling tracks in 45 memorable minutes that play to all the bands strengths. The band is currently on the second leg of a massive international tour which includes a lengthy stint in Australia & New Zealand.
Two-time GRAMMY winning Brooklyn originals have just released an extraordinary 16th studio album Nanobots--returning with electrifying pop melodies, vivid lyrics and just enough bass clarinet. Over three decades They Might Be Giants have perfected their deliriously catchy, original sound, and Nanobots 25 startling tracks in 45 memorable minutes play to all the bands strengths. The album was created at the private studio of their long time producer Patrick Dillett
Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants continue to create their own way. For many years the band has made a tradition of creating special sale packages for holiday gift giving.
Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants changed the face of children’s music in 2002 with the release of their first family album, No! Now, the band is calling on fans to help create a new music video for a bonus extended version of album track “Alphabet of Nations,” and they need your help!
Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants have been carving out their own path for three decades, continuously pushing the envelope and creating entirely new approaches to music along the way. The release of their first family album No! in 2002 opened new doors for the band and paved the way for other acts in the kid’s music genre. Today, the band releases a very special re-issue of the album on Idlewild Recordings to celebrate its 10-year anniversary.