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They Might Be Giants announces new record for grown-ups, tour dates

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They Might Be Giants’ latest record for grown-ups, Nanobots, will come out March 5 on Idlewild Recordings. Recorded at the studio of the group’s longtime pal and producer Patrick Dillett, Nanobots is They Might Be Giants’ sixteenth album. Its first single, the appropriately jangly “Call You Mom,” premiered today on Rolling Stone’s site.


The geeked-out duo will be playing three sold-out shows at Brooklyn's Music Hall Of Williamsburg around New Year’s Eve, and then will be touring many cities in the rest of the country starting in late February. A full list of dates is below.


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Dec. 29-31—Music Hall Of Williamsburg—Brooklyn, New York
Feb. 27—Port City Music Hall—Portland, Maine
Feb. 28—Higher Ground—Burlington, Vermont
March 1—Historic German House—Rochester, New York
March 2—Newport Music Hall—Columbus, Ohio
March 3—Madison Theatre—Cincinnati, Ohio
March 5—Headliners—Louisville, Kentucky
March 6—Cannery Ballroom—Nashville, Tennessee
March 7—Workplay Theatre—Birmingham, Alabama
March 8—House Of Blues—New Orleans, Louisiana
March 9—House Of Blues—Dallas, Texas
March 13—Cain’s Ballroom—Tulsa, Oklahoma
March 14—The Blue Note—Columbia, Missouri
March 15—The Pageant—St. Louis, Missouri
March 16—Vic Theater—Chicago, Illinois
March 17—Beachland Ballroom—Cleveland, Ohio
March 19—Majestic Theater—Detroit, Michigan
March 20—Mr. Small’s—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 21—Tarrytown Music Hall—Tarrytown, New York
March 22—The Paramount—Huntington, New York
April 3-4—Paradise Rock Club—Boston, Massachusetts
April 5—Theatre Of Living Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 6—Ram’s Head Live—Baltimore, Maryland
April 7—The National—Richmond, Virginia
April 9—Jefferson Theatre—Charlottesville, Virginia
April 10—Cat’s Cradle—Carrboro, North Carolina
April 11—Music Farm—Charleston, South Carolina
April 12—Orange Peel—Asheville, North Carolina
April 13-14—Variety Playhouse—Atlanta, Georgia


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