They Might Be Giants Receive Grammy Nomination By SFL Music February 15, 2023 They Might Be Giants' 'BOOK' Nominated for Grammy Award | Continue Tour Next Month + Announce New 2023 Southeast Dates They Might Be Giants Receive Grammy Nomination Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package For Acclaimed Project BOOK 144-Page Art Book + Full-Length Album Announce New Southeast March 2023 Dates For National Flood Tour 40+ Shows Sold Out | Tour dates below + here Continuing Tour Next Month Celebrate 40th Anniversary As A Band "’BOOK’ has all the hallmarks of classic TMBG with its ironic, subversive lyrics and melodic power pop" - Forbes "Pulsing anxiety, wry humor, and relatable disorientation" - Consequence “surreal, humorous, and imminently catchy” - PRINT Magazine "The band’s newest record is lively, eccentric, and lovely." - American Songwriter "This full-color, cloth-bound hardcover book brings the coolest art show you’ve been longing for right to your home." - SPIN "The band’s new record pops, beginning with the energetic opener, ‘Synopsis for Latecomers’" - Under The Radar PBS NewsHour Weekend | The Three Questions with Andy Richter NPR Bullseye | Stereogum | Under The Radar | SPIN | Consequence Photo Credit: Sam Graff | Hi-res version here Alternative rock legends They Might Be Giants and art director Paul Sahre have received a Grammy nomination for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for their highly acclaimed album and coffee table art book project, BOOK. The spectacular project debuted at #1 Current Alternative Albums, #1 Current Rock Albums and #88 Billboard 200 charts – combining 1st week sales with over 10,000 pre-sales! The dazzling project received praise from outlets like Forbes, Consequence, PRINT Magazine, American Songwriter, SPIN, Under The Radar, and many others. Check out a video walkthrough of the book here. John Flansburgh says, “We've had the good luck of collaborating with many designers on some memorable album covers, but with ‘BOOK’ (with 144 pages of original art) we had the new challenge of creating an original portfolio or art book — like something that makes sense on a coffee table or taken in while enjoying the album on headphones. Creating something equally as beautiful as it was immediately arresting was a tricky balancing act. Combining very bold lyrics hand-typed into graphic elements with some often shocking original street photography — and finding harmony in those chaotic elements — is the beauty created by ‘BOOK’.” “The last thing I would have expected while endlessly typing at 2am in the studio was a Grammy nomination,” says Paul. “It’s equal parts wonderful and inexplicable. ‘BOOK’ is exactly the opposite of where technology is pushing everything. But then again maybe Auto-tune will be interesting in 60 years.” A 144-page full-color, cloth-bound hardcover book and full-length album, BOOK was born through a series of brainstorms with longtime collaborator and graphic design legend Paul Sahre when they decided to team up with Brooklyn street photographer Brian Karlsson. Sahre’s implementation of IBM’s Selectric typewriter adds a striking effect throughout BOOK’s visual component as well. Flansburgh shares, “Paul took this crude device and showed what you could really do with it creatively, and combined with Brian’s photography it made up the secret sauce for the book.” BOOK finds TMBG expanding their own worldview through multiple mediums while continuing to refine their songwriting craft. The album is packed with the band’s signature vocal harmonies, dazzling guitar rock antics, and deceivingly dark lyrics. The band also just announced a new run of March 2023 Southeast dates for their massive North American tour, which continues next month. Tickets will be on sale this Friday. They’ve also recently announced new dates in Providence, RI, and New Haven, CT (New Year’s Eve show) which will celebrate all of Flood, and more, as well as a new San Diego, CA show, which will feature music from Book and Flood, with a heavy dose of Flood favorites, including special horn selections, and more. With the well-being of their fans and team in mind, the tour had been postponed multiple times due to COVID. Performing their seminal album Flood in full throughout the tour, the band will celebrate their valiant return to the stage while ringing in their 40th anniversary as a band. They Might Be Giants started with a Dial-A-Song service, powered by a lone phone machine out of their Brooklyn apartments. Since then, they have made 23 albums, and have secretly infiltrated your TV with original themes and incidental music to numerous shows and commercials. Fans can enjoy They Might Be Giants’ FREE Dial-A-Song smartphone app (iPhone / Android) which adds a new song every day. ‘BOOK’ Album Art | Hi-res version here ‘BOOK’ cover | Hi-res version here North American Tour Dates: All shows are Flood shows! A # means it is a BOOK, FLOOD FAVES, & HORNS! show with a HEAVY dose of Flood favorites plus special horn selections and a whole lot more! An * means they will be playing all of Flood as well as a selection of songs from MINK CAR! All the rest celebrate ALL OF FLOOD and even more! 2022 Dec 15 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club (sold out) Dec 16 Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre (sold out) Dec 17 Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre (sold out) Dec 18 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live (sold out) Dec 30 Providence, RI @ The Strand Ballroom & Theatre # Dec 31 New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall # 2023 Jan 11 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer (sold out) Jan 12 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer (sold out) Jan 13 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom * (sold out) Jan 14 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom * (sold out) Jan 15 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom (sold out) (just announced) March 7 Richmond, VA @ The National March 8 Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz March 10 Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel March 11 Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern March 12 Charleston, SC @ Charleston Music Hall March 14 Tampa, FL @ Jannus Landing March 15 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room March 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room March 17 Orlando, FL @ Beachum Theatre March 18 Ponte Vedra, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall March 21 Birmingham, AL @ Iron City March 22 Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl March 23 Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl March 24 Columbus, OH @ The Athenaeum Theatre March 25 Covington, KY @ Madison Theatre March 26 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room April 12 San Diego, CA @ Humphreys Concerts By the Bay # April 13 San Diego, CA @ Humphreys Concerts By the Bay (sold out) April 14 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern (sold out) April 15 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore (sold out) # April 16 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater (sold out) April 18 Portland, OR @ McMenamins Crystal Ballroom (sold out) April 19 Portland, OR @ McMenamins Crystal Ballroom * (sold out) April 20 Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre * (sold out) April 21 Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre (sold out) April 22 Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom (sold out) May 10 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot (sold out) May 11 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre (sold out) May 12 Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater (sold out) May 13 Fort Collins, CO @ Washington’s FoCo (sold out) May 14 Lincoln, NE @ The Bourbon (sold out) May 16 Kansas City, MO @ The Truman (sold out) May 18 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom (sold out) May 19 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues (sold out) May 20 Houston, TX @ House of Blues (sold out) May 21 Austin, TX @ ACL Live - Moody Theater (sold out) Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram YouTube | Spotify | Apple Music | Bandcamp For more information on They Might Be Giants, contact: Felice Ecker, email@example.com Rosie Boyd, firstname.lastname@example.org Grant Pavol, email@example.com Share It!