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About They Might Be Giants

The duo of vocalist/guitarist John Flansburgh and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Linnell have been bringing their zany brand of pop to the public since their self-titled '86 release on the Bar/None label. The band's sound, propelled by angular beats combined with accordion, keyboards and guitars, is quirky and melodic, with Flansburgh's nasal voice heightening their natural lyrical irony. Through a series of popular college radio releases, their lyrics remain light but their music is a complex weave of instrumentation and odd time signatures.

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Listen toThey Might Be Giantson Napster

The duo of vocalist/guitarist John Flansburgh and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Linnell have been bringing their zany brand of pop to the public since their self-titled '86 release on the Bar/None label. The band's sound, propelled by angular beats combined with accordion, keyboards and guitars, is quirky and melodic, with Flansburgh's nasal voice heightening their natural lyrical irony. Through a series of popular college radio releases, their lyrics remain light but their music is a complex weave of instrumentation and odd time signatures.

About They Might Be Giants

The duo of vocalist/guitarist John Flansburgh and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Linnell have been bringing their zany brand of pop to the public since their self-titled '86 release on the Bar/None label. The band's sound, propelled by angular beats combined with accordion, keyboards and guitars, is quirky and melodic, with Flansburgh's nasal voice heightening their natural lyrical irony. Through a series of popular college radio releases, their lyrics remain light but their music is a complex weave of instrumentation and odd time signatures.

About They Might Be Giants

The duo of vocalist/guitarist John Flansburgh and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Linnell have been bringing their zany brand of pop to the public since their self-titled '86 release on the Bar/None label. The band's sound, propelled by angular beats combined with accordion, keyboards and guitars, is quirky and melodic, with Flansburgh's nasal voice heightening their natural lyrical irony. Through a series of popular college radio releases, their lyrics remain light but their music is a complex weave of instrumentation and odd time signatures.