They might be giants

Brooklyn's own They Might Be Giants are back with a new album, a multimedia experience called Book. In addition, the band, led by John Flansburgh and John Linnell, is celebrating its 40th year.
As this fearlessly eclectic group once sang, time is flying like an arrow, and the clock hands go so fast they make the wind blow.
At Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Indefatigable hometown heroes They Might Be Giants are once again gracing the Prospect Park bandshell with their idiosyncratic presence, with a free show Saturday night. It's gonna be killer!
TMBG played songs from Lincoln and Flood at their second New Year's Weekend show last night.
We barely survived the TMBG show last night.
On the eve of They Might Be Giants' first adult rock album in more than four years, John Flansburg talks about the new record, big wheel day-glo pink hearses, Witch House, and a lot more.
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