THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS
“brought the house down with almost two hours worth of their best-known songs, indie anthems and near-hits, while joyously leaping about the stage, joking around with the audience, and riffing about playfully” – Rip It Up (Gov review)
“THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS are a wonderfully whimsical band, the kind that makes you happy just to be there in their moment” – The Ripe (Corner Hotel Review)
“If you ever get the chance to see THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS make sure you do. See them twice if you can, you will not regret it!” – It's My Kind of Scene (The Zoo Review)
“The crowd erupted at the first few bars of their most recognisable song 'Dr Worm' and they were easily the band that interacted with their audience the best and most effectively.” – Surg FM (Groovin The Moo review)
Following their incredibly successful Australian Tour in 2013 with multiple Sold Out shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, the Two Johns aka TMBG aka THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS return in November 2015. Their thoroughly engaging and entertaining shows are something that everyone has to experience and existing fans shouldn’t miss.
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS are John Linnell on keyboards and accordion and John Flansburgh on guitar, and their barn-storming live band includes Danny Weinkauf on bass, Marty Beller on drums and Dan “Solder” Miller on lead guitar. Linnell and Flansburgh became friends as kids in school in Massachusetts but only formed the band after moving to Brooklyn, New York. The duo have spent half their life together in TMBG and along the way have perfected their original sound through memorable melody and a sly bit of humour that never crosses into parody.
Along with their impossibly catchy songs, THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS’ high concept, low budget music videos helped the band stand apart, and rocketed the duo to the top of the burgeoning US alternative rock scene, and then on to international mainstream success.
Drawing on their massive recorded catalogue, their live show is spontaneous, high energy, high volume, and ever evolving. They have been praised as “the best band you’ve never seen” See their most memorable show while you can.