They Might Be Giants Announce New Album

They Might Be Giants

Two-time Grammy winners They Might Be Giants have announced their new album. With the return of their Dial-A-Song service which was originally responsible for the band being signed in 1983, before their rise to an international level, the band have been posting a new track and accompanying music video every Tuesday at to unanimous exclamations of joy from fans old and new.

You can stream the latest track, “I’m a Coward,” below:


In celebration, the band will be releasing the new album, Glean, on the 20th of April via Lojinx in Europe and on the 21st of April in the US on their own Idlewild imprint, including 16 songs direct from these first weeks of their Dial-A-Song service.

In February the band announced a video contest for the lead single ‘Erase’, to be judged by Black Francis of the Pixies. As the 7th April deadline approaches, it’s sure to elicit spectacularly original results and the 3 winners will each be handsomely rewarded with a $1,000 cash prize.

Pre-order Glean:

Video contest:

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  1. […] They Might Be Giants have announced that they will be returning to the UK for a string of dates in January and February 2016. The group’s last full-band show in the UK was a sold-out Shepherd’s Bush Empire in late 2013. However, the band, performing as a trio, did perform a one-off in-store show at Rough Trade East this July, following radio appearances on BBC Radio 2, 6 Music, Absolute Radio, BBC London, and more. You can see a full list of upcoming dates below. […]

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