They Might Be Giants Announce UK Tour

They Might Be Giants

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.

They Might Be Giants also revitalized their notorious innovation, Dial-A-Song, this year. With a new song posted weekly, the return of Dial-A-Song in online form has showcased songs of exceptionally high level of quality, as well as an accompanying video. Following the release of Glean earlier this year, the band are expected to announce details of the follow-up full-length very soon.
27 Jan: Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
28 Jan: Newcastle – Riverside
30 Jan: Belfast – Limelight 1
31 Jan: Glasgow – Celtic Connections Festival (2 shows)
1 Feb: Manchester – Academy 2
3 Feb: Cambridge – Cambridge Junction
4 Feb: London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire

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  1. […] They Might Be Giants have announced that they will be releasing their second album of 2015, the eagerly awaited follow-up to their Grammy-winning Here Come The 123s and the Grammy-nominated Here Comes Science, the band’s new album, Why? will be released on the 27th of November via Lojinx. The album features a collection of new songs on their Dial-A-Song re-launch. You can watch the video for “Omnicorn” below. […]

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