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British independent record label & music publisher.
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Today’s They Might Be Giants‘ weekly Dial-A-Song’s video is from their latest album I Like Fun. “The Bright Side” was directed by album art director and long time collaborator Paul Sahre. Watch, like and share on YouTube HERE.

I Like Fun‘s release coincides with a world tour that kicks off with a fifty-city trek across the US, then on to Europe in September:

20 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK
21 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK (SOLD OUT)
22 Sep – Cambridge Junction, UK
23 Sep – Bristol, The Marble Factory, UK
25 Sep – Munich, Ampere, DE
26 Sep – Antwerp, De Roma, BE
27 Sep – Amsterdam, Paradiso Amsterdam, NL
28 Sep – Berlin, Columbia Theater Berlin, DE
29 Sep – Hamburg, Knust Hamburg, DE
1 Oct – Koln, Luxor Köln, DE
3 Oct – London, Barbican Centre, UK
4 Oct – Manchester, Manchester Academy 2, UK
5 Oct – Edinburgh, The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, UK
6 Oct – Dublin, Button Factory, IE

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/02/14/tmbg-video-the-bright-side-video
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David Myhr has revealed the first song from his long-awaited new album! Watch & listen now to lead track “Jealous Sun”, co-written with label-mate Bleu. Recorded in Nashville with Brad Jones, the album, titled Lucky Day, will be released in May.

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/02/03/david-myhr-reveals-new-album-lucky-day
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They Might Be Giants today released a new video from their latest album I Like Fun. “The Greatest” video features non-other than Nick Offerman, familiar to many from his varied roles in Parks & Recreation, Fargo, Gilmore Girls and more.

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/01/31/nick-offerman-stars-in-they-might-giants-video
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They Might Be Giants​’ new album I Like Fun is out today!

Over a year in the making, songwriters and band founders John Linnell and John Flansburgh draw on themes of dread, death, and disappointment and set them to their driving, hyper-melodic music. The results will leave even the most heavy-hearted among us with a renewed sense of wonder. Fresh and sonically adventurous, the band’s command of the studio and the song is in rare form from beginning to end.

CD/Digital: http://ljx.cc/TMBG_ILikeFun
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/ILikeFun
Amazon: http://ljx.cc/ILikeFun_Amazon
Spotify: http://ljx.cc/ILikeFun_Spotify

The album’s release coincides with a world tour that kicks off with a fifty-city trek across the US, then on to Europe in September:

20 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK
21 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK (SOLD OUT)
22 Sep – Cambridge Junction, UK
23 Sep – Bristol, The Marble Factory, UK
25 Sep – Munich, Ampere, DE
26 Sep – Antwerp, De Roma, BE
27 Sep – Amsterdam, Paradiso Amsterdam, NL
28 Sep – Berlin, Columbia Theater Berlin, DE
29 Sep – Hamburg, Knust Hamburg, DE
1 Oct – Koln, Luxor Köln, DE
3 Oct – London, Barbican Centre, UK
4 Oct – Manchester, Manchester Academy 2, UK
5 Oct – Edinburgh, The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, UK
6 Oct – Dublin, Button Factory, IE

https://www.lojinx.com/releases/they-might-be-giants/i-like-fun
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"15 tracks of their most diverse and sonically adventurous work to date", streaming ahead of release now at the NME.

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/01/11/nme-exclusive-streaming-preview-new-might-giants-album
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Judged by the great Open Mike Eagle, Red Giant are co-sponsoring a video contest for They Might Be Giants' song "I Left My Body". The Grand Prize winning video will be awarded $3000 + the complete set of Red Giant Tools.

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/01/09/tmbg-video-contest
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From They Might Be Giants new album, “All Time What” is streaming on all services as of today!

The first track from Dial-A-Song 2018, it features on the forthcoming album “I Like Fun”, out 19th January.

PRE-ORDER HERE: https://www.lojinx.com/releases/they-might-be-giants/i-like-fun

The band return to Europe for a run of live shows in 2018:

20 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK
21 Sep – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club, UK (SOLD OUT)
22 Sep – Cambridge, The Junction, UK
23 Sep – Bristol, Marble Factory, UK
25 Sep – Munich, Ampere, DE
26 Sep – Antwerp, De Roma, BE
27 Sep – Amsterdam, Paradiso, NL
28 Sep – Berlin, Columbia Theater, DE
29 Sep – Hamburg, Knust, DE
1 Oct – Koln, Luxor, DE
3 Oct – London, Barbican, UK
4 Oct – Manchester, Academy 2, UK
5 Oct – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall, UK
6 Oct – Dublin, Button Factory, IE
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Consequence of Sound have exclusively revealed new song TMBG track “All Time What” from their forthcoming album I Like Fun. The “10 Fake Things I Love” feature covers an array of wonders from the mind of John Flansburgh, from jackfruit to telecasters.

https://www.lojinx.com/news/2018/01/03/might-giants-reveal-new-song-via-cos
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Blitzen Trapper have announced an extensive European tour covering Belgium, Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Norway and Denmark in April 2018.

The Portland, Oregon-based rock quintet are heading across the atlantic in support of their newly released album Wild and Reckless. Described by frontman Eric Earley as a “something like a cross-eyed stepchild to Furr“, referring to their break-through Subpop release. The new album was born from a stage production that the band spent the better part of a year producing. The half musical, half rock-opera dealt with heroin abuse, desperation, true love and western power structures. Early continues, “Ten years after Furr with all its talk of murder and the end of the western world, it seems there’s more to tell.”

Wild and Reckless is out now on Lojinx CD, LP and Digital.

04/04/18: De Zwerver – Leffinge (B)
05/04/18: Fluor – Amersfoort (NL)
06/04/18: Roots of Heaven – Patronaat – Haarlem (NL)
07/04/18: Heartland Festival – Hengelo (NL)
08/04/18: Down of the River – Venlo (NL)
10/04/18: King Tuts – Glasgow (UK)
11/04/18: The Brudenell Social Club – Leeds (UK)
12/04/18: Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (UK)
14/04/18: Little Waves – C-Mine – Genk (B)
15/04/18: De Oosterpoort – Groningen (NL)
16/04/18: Hafenklang – Hamburg (DE)
17/04/18: Kulturkvarteret – Kristianstad (SE)
18/04/18: John Dee – Oslo (NO)
20/04/18: Bryggarsalen – Stockholm (SE)
21/04/18: Pustervik – Gothenburg (SE)
22/04/18: Loppen – Copenhagen (DK)
23/04/18: Lido – Berlin (DE)
24/04/18: Conne Island – Leipzig (DE)
25/04/18: Club Manufaktur – Schorndorf (DE)
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