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They Might Be Giants will perform their 1990 breakthrough album, Flood, in its entirety.
"Whether Linnell is smashing the keys or stretching the accordion, or Flansburgh is singing or on guitar, they click together seamlessly."
"The Giants are a band that have always been more concerned with existential questions than aesthetic ones."
In the lead-up to They Might Be Giants' Australian tour, where to mix things up they will focus on music from different periods of their existence, we asked John Flansburgh to take a deep dive into each decade for any defining moments and memories. Here's what he came up with.
Aussie fans are in for a treat.
"TMBG would probably argue that 'euphoria' is as valid an emotional response to art as any other."
"They close with Doctor Worm — it is pure, unadulterated fun, which, when all is said and done, is what TMBG are all about."
"It’s admirable to watch a band who still love what they do, and love that others love it too."
"The beaming smiles left on the faces of everybody in the theatre were the perfect summation of the happiness this band leaves behind."