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They Might Be Giants


“John Linnell and John Flansburgh are one of rock’s all-time most quixotic successes” – SPIN

“Perfect pop music can come from anywhere and can go anywhere. They Might Be Giants have demonstrated this for a quarter century…” – The New Yorker

“One of rock’s longest and most prodigious partnerships” – Consequence of Sound

“Catch them if you can — their live shows always deliver.” – USA Today

They Might Be Giants have been delivering highly energetic, highly melodic and highly imaginative music for over thirty years. They write, record and perform continuously. Brooklyn’s original alternative rockers have made more than a dozen albums, sold more than a million, and won a couple of Grammys. They have created DVD and book projects for kids, and contributed themes and songs to numerous television and film projects. 


Videos & Press
  • Dial-A-Giant

    [NPR] After thirty-three years as an alternative rock staple, John Flansburgh and John Linnell of They Might Be Giants are far from hanging up their hats. You might think the Brooklyn-based duo responsible for such hits as “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” and “Birdhouse in your Soul” would rest on their laurels, but their plans for 2015 […]

  • The A.V. Club Compresses They Might Be Giants’ 30-year Career into 60 minutes

    [The A.V. Club] By Jesse Hassenger Power Hour distills musicians’ discographies down to one tight 60-minute set, picking the big hits and deeper cuts from across a career, looking both to define who the artists are and to serve as a killer compilation. A lyric to a quintessential They Might Be Giants song goes: “You’re […]

  • They Might Be Giants at 33: We’re (Still) Here, We’re Weird, Get Used to Us

    [Rolling Stone] How a pair of misfits reconfigured what it means to be cool and earned one of music’s most unique fanbases By Amy Rose Spiegel On the evening of They Might Be Giants’ sold-out performance at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, the band’s founding fathers John Linnell and John Flansburgh are backstage preparing to […]

  • Band Dials Back to 1980s Success

    [Wall Street Journal] They Might Be Giants’s Dial-A-Song Returns to Service By Tad Hendrickson As the music industry continues to search for the next big thing, the Brooklyn-based band They Might Be Giants are reverting to the ’80s. 1983, to be exact, when John Flansburgh and John Linnell began recording songs for the band’s telephone […]

  • They Might Be Giants: View From the Middle of a Career

    [Consequence of Sound] By Geoff Nelson Component is a section of Aux.Out. for one-off pieces, special editorials, and lost orphans of the music discussion. Today, Geoff Nelson speaks with They Might Be Giants on the return of Dial-A-Song this past January, the 25th anniversary of Flood, and celebrating each without becoming an nostalgia act. ~ […]

  • Exclusive: They Might Be Giants Discusses Dial-a-Song and Plays a New Track

    [Esquire] Watch a Live Session of “Madam, I Challenge You to a Duel.” This is an exciting time for fans of They Might Be Giants, the famous alt-rock duo comprised of John Linnell and John Flansburgh. The Johns have restarted their beloved Dial-a-Song enterprise after a 15-year break from it. Yes, after making two platinum […]

  • They Might Be Giants’ Recent Records Are Their Best Since Their Earliest

    [The Village Voice] By Alan Scherstuhl Too much coverage of They Might Be Giants concentrates on their longevity, or their means of distribution, or how they have fans despite being “quirky,” a vague descriptor that lazy critics take as all-in-one definitional: File Under Quirky. “Quirky” is similar to the flat, diplomatic “different” some Midwestern relatives […]

  • They Might Be Giants Update More Than Dial-A-Song’s Telephone Number

    [The Village Voice] By Hilary Hughes (844) 387-6962: It’s not a number scrawled on a bathroom stall, a wayward Tinder message, or some cruise company telling you you’ve won a free trip to the West Indies on the Caribbean Delight. These ten digits are the updated destination for Dial-A-Song, which They Might Be Giants are […]

  • 16 Reasons They Might Be Giants Are Secretly The Raddest Band Around

    [BuzzFeed] One accordion-centric band named after a book from the 17th century has spent the past 30 years redefining cool. By Amy Rose Spiegel 1. Meet They Might Be Giants. They’re a staple weirdo band founded by John Linell and John Flansburgh, and they’re kind of the best. 2. You might know them as the […]



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