They Might Be Giants' never-ending cavalcade of songs and wry humor culminates with Nanobots, their 16th album. John Flansburgh walks us through the album's creation, their evolving songwriting process, and defend against the notion that some of their songs can be construed as mean-spirited.
After the multiple Grammy wins and the numerous acclaimed children's albums, They Might Be Giants finally get back to making some good ol' fashioned alt-pop, and are here to tell PopMatters all about it ...
Twenty odd years on, the Two Johns are as vibrant as ever, and after having carved their own niche in music history, The Spine is bold for playing in the sandbox with TMBG's contemporaries rather than staying safely in the room they've created for themselves.
While Indestructible Object is pleasant but brief, these five tracks are not essential except perhaps to fans of They Might Be Giants who can't wait until the full-length CD is released later this year.