We are all working overtime to keep these shows alive, but there are forces far bigger than us in motion here. So for right now this is what we are planning. In honor of the album that made them an international act, They Might Be Giants is celebrating Flood by performing the album, in its entirety, on stages in select cities across the US.
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In the early s, TMBG expanded to include a backing band. The group is known for their uniquely experimental and absurdist style of alternative music, typically utilising surreal, humorous lyrics and unconventional instruments in their songs. Over their career, they have found success on the modern rock and college radio charts. They have also found success in children's music , and in theme music for several television programs and films. The duo has been credited as vital in the creation of the prolific DIY music scene in Brooklyn in the mids. TMBG have released 22 studio albums. The band has won two Grammy Awards. Linnell and Flansburgh first met as teenagers growing up in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
The album Flood is the first CD that I have a clear memory of holding in my hands. My dad, the only person I know whose taste in music is more eccentric than mine he likes opera as much as he likes Seinabo Sey , had just bought the record at the local Borders, and I was clutching the jewel case in the back seat of the family car. The next week, my dad and I went back to the store to pick up every other They Might Be Giants album in stock. While the tracks on No! Though the arrangements themselves might be comparatively simple, they can be dizzying as they swing from funk to folk. On the distribution side, They Might Be Giants has been notably forward-thinking: It was among the first groups to put its music online, selling MP3s on its own site starting in As technology has progressed, Dial-A-Song has developed into a new toll-free number, as well as a website, a YouTube channel, an email-subscription service, and now, in its latest update, a smartphone app. The band has also literally grown, with Linnell and Flansburgh presently joined by the guitarist Dan Miller, the bassist Danny Weinkauf, and the drummer Marty Beller. They Might Be Giants has made an art out of punching through desperation. The music flowed together, new and old compositions in harmony with one other, all born out of a single aesthetic vision.