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listen10. Don't Let's StartThe Might Be Giants 2:36$0.69  Buy MP3 
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Formed: 1982 (32 years ago)


Biography

They Might Be Giants are an original band from Brooklyn, New York founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell and including Dan Miller on guitar, Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller, the king of the drums. TMBG works continuously — writing, recording, or touring. They Might Be Giants have also been involved in numerous television and film projects.

They Might Be Giants’ latest album is called Nanobots. 25 unreasonable songs in 45 phenomenal minutes. You can get it on iTunes or Amazon, from a local record store, or directly from the band on CD, vinyl, FLAC, or MP3. Be sure to check out ... Read more

They Might Be Giants are an original band from Brooklyn, New York founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell and including Dan Miller on guitar, Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller, the king of the drums. TMBG works continuously — writing, recording, or touring. They Might Be Giants have also been involved in numerous television and film projects.

They Might Be Giants’ latest album is called Nanobots. 25 unreasonable songs in 45 phenomenal minutes. You can get it on iTunes or Amazon, from a local record store, or directly from the band on CD, vinyl, FLAC, or MP3. Be sure to check out the latest video You’re On Fire starring Lauren Lapkus from Orange is the New Black. You’ll never cook hamburger again. And while you’re binge-watching enjoy the rest: Nanobots, Insect Hospital+, Icky, Black Ops, Sometimes a Lonely Way.
They Might Be Giants was on tour for most of 2013 and is currently working on two new projects — an album for kids and an album for adults.

For the complete TMBG discography, visit their newly redesigned Music page. TMBG is on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and John F. of TMBG is on Instagram.

They Might Be Giants are proud to have won two Grammys, sold a lot of albums, and worked with every record company ever. For a complete, almost day-to-day history of everything TMBG have ever done, go to www.tmbw.net, the fan-created They Might Be Giants wiki. For a hi-res version of the above photo, click here.

If you love the free, we have a brand new free app for iPhone and Android that streams a different song everyday. It also remembers the last five days of songs and will link you directly to the iTunes and Google Play stores if the spirit moves you.
They have an on-going audio, and sometimes video, podcast that is free.

There are also always free songs waiting for you when you join TMBG’s mailing list. Of course it is also entirely private and exclusive to TMBG. They will keep you informed of all live shows, video postings and free stuff, but never ever share that information.
- See more at: http://www.theymightbegiants.com/

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

They Might Be Giants are an original band from Brooklyn, New York founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell and including Dan Miller on guitar, Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller, the king of the drums. TMBG works continuously — writing, recording, or touring. They Might Be Giants have also been involved in numerous television and film projects.

They Might Be Giants’ latest album is called Nanobots. 25 unreasonable songs in 45 phenomenal minutes. You can get it on iTunes or Amazon, from a local record store, or directly from the band on CD, vinyl, FLAC, or MP3. Be sure to check out the latest video You’re On Fire starring Lauren Lapkus from Orange is the New Black. You’ll never cook hamburger again. And while you’re binge-watching enjoy the rest: Nanobots, Insect Hospital+, Icky, Black Ops, Sometimes a Lonely Way.
They Might Be Giants was on tour for most of 2013 and is currently working on two new projects — an album for kids and an album for adults.

For the complete TMBG discography, visit their newly redesigned Music page. TMBG is on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and John F. of TMBG is on Instagram.

They Might Be Giants are proud to have won two Grammys, sold a lot of albums, and worked with every record company ever. For a complete, almost day-to-day history of everything TMBG have ever done, go to www.tmbw.net, the fan-created They Might Be Giants wiki. For a hi-res version of the above photo, click here.

If you love the free, we have a brand new free app for iPhone and Android that streams a different song everyday. It also remembers the last five days of songs and will link you directly to the iTunes and Google Play stores if the spirit moves you.
They have an on-going audio, and sometimes video, podcast that is free.

There are also always free songs waiting for you when you join TMBG’s mailing list. Of course it is also entirely private and exclusive to TMBG. They will keep you informed of all live shows, video postings and free stuff, but never ever share that information.
- See more at: http://www.theymightbegiants.com/

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

They Might Be Giants are an original band from Brooklyn, New York founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell and including Dan Miller on guitar, Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller, the king of the drums. TMBG works continuously — writing, recording, or touring. They Might Be Giants have also been involved in numerous television and film projects.

They Might Be Giants’ latest album is called Nanobots. 25 unreasonable songs in 45 phenomenal minutes. You can get it on iTunes or Amazon, from a local record store, or directly from the band on CD, vinyl, FLAC, or MP3. Be sure to check out the latest video You’re On Fire starring Lauren Lapkus from Orange is the New Black. You’ll never cook hamburger again. And while you’re binge-watching enjoy the rest: Nanobots, Insect Hospital+, Icky, Black Ops, Sometimes a Lonely Way.
They Might Be Giants was on tour for most of 2013 and is currently working on two new projects — an album for kids and an album for adults.

For the complete TMBG discography, visit their newly redesigned Music page. TMBG is on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and John F. of TMBG is on Instagram.

They Might Be Giants are proud to have won two Grammys, sold a lot of albums, and worked with every record company ever. For a complete, almost day-to-day history of everything TMBG have ever done, go to www.tmbw.net, the fan-created They Might Be Giants wiki. For a hi-res version of the above photo, click here.

If you love the free, we have a brand new free app for iPhone and Android that streams a different song everyday. It also remembers the last five days of songs and will link you directly to the iTunes and Google Play stores if the spirit moves you.
They have an on-going audio, and sometimes video, podcast that is free.

There are also always free songs waiting for you when you join TMBG’s mailing list. Of course it is also entirely private and exclusive to TMBG. They will keep you informed of all live shows, video postings and free stuff, but never ever share that information.
- See more at: http://www.theymightbegiants.com/

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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