Check out They Might Be Giants’ strangely wonderful new official video for Insect Hospital, from their recent album Nanobots. The video—which also includes Hive Mind, Decision Makers, Nouns, There and Tick—was designed and animated by Hiné Mizushima, who also constructed the felt cassette tape for TMBG’s official app. Where else can you see a giant tick shred guitar? (via TMBGareok)
The sequel to 2011’s mashup by YouTuber cookiewaits (a little NSFW due to some F-bombs).
Rising pop stars Fitz And The Tantrums premiered their new video for the single Out Of My League in support of their upcoming second album, More Than Just A Dream (which arrives May 7th). Also be sure to check out the official audio for the songs Spark and 6AM, below. (via VH1.com)
Robot Parade gone bad! Here’s the official video for the title track from They Might Be Giants’ new album—directed by Liam Lynch (one of the minds behind The Sifl and Olly Show ). TMBG is now on tour. (via Mashable.com)
Fitz & The Tantrums played a blistering live set on March 26th, 2013 in the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ Studios in support of their upcoming album, More Than Just A Dream, which drops May 7th.
The new official video for They Might Be Giants’ song “Icky” (from TMBG’s most recent rock album “Nanobots”) looks like the sort of animated surreal craziness Terry Gilliam might’ve come up with. (via Laughing Squid)
Here is MajorVsMinor’s downbeat take on The Beatles’ classic Hey Jude. I wonder what he’d do with Eleanor Rigby.
You can stream TMBG’s new album Nanobots over at RollingStone.com or on Soundcloud right now, so get going! Or just watch the three awesome fan videos below.
You’re On Fire is the new single from Nanobots, the latest rock album from Brooklyn’s own, They Might Be Giants. Download the free mp3 over at Stereogum. Don’t forget to check out the official TMBG website for their new free iPhone app and other goodies. (Android version coming soon.) Nanobots will land on March 5th.
In what is referred to as the first space-to-earth musical collaboration, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield collaborated from the International Space Station with the band Barenaked Ladies and a children’s choir for the song “I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing).” (via Chris Hadfield on Reddit).