They Might Be Giants To Tour Europe In 2018

They Might Be Giants To Tour Europe In 2018

US alternative rockers ‘They Might Be Giants’ will tour Europe in support of their new album in 2018.

Their new album is due to drop in early 2018. In support of the release They Might Be Giants will take in thirteen dates in Europe as part of a more extensive world tour.

Over a year in the making the new album titled ‘I Like Fun’ finds songwriters and band founders, John Linnell and John Flansburgh, drawing on themes of dread, death, and disappointment juxtaposed by their energetic and melodic pop-rock sensibilities.

The fifteen track album will be available as a digital download and in physical format from the 19th of January. Pre-orders are open now.

For a taster of the album you can hear the song ‘I Left My Body’ below.

2018 will also see the return of the band’s Dial-A-Song initiative where fans can hear new music every week for free.

Starting on December 6th 2017 in Boston, MA, They Might Be Giants will embark on an extensive world tour which will culminate with thirteen European dates ending on October 6th 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.

For a full list of dates check the band’s official website:, European dates are listed below.

21 Sep – Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
22 Sep – Cambridge, UK @ The Junction
23 Sep – Bristol, UK @ Marble Factory
25 Sep – Munich, DE @ Ampere
26 Sep – Antwerp, BE @ De Roma
27 Sep – Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
28 Sep – Berlin, DE @ Columbia Theater
29 Sep – Hamburg, DE @ Knust
1 Oct – Koln, DE @ Luxor
3 Oct – London, UK @ Barbican
4 Oct – Manchester, UK @ Academy 2
5 Oct – Edinburgh, UK @ Queen’s Hall
6 Oct – Dublin, IE @ Button Factory

About They Might Be Giants | They Might Be Giants is an American alternative rock band formed in 1982 by John Flansburgh and John Linnell best known for their phenomenal hit ‘Birdhouse In Your Soul’.

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