They Might Be Giants premiere dark new video, add more fall tour dates

They Might Be Giants premiere dark new video, add more fall tour dates

Undercover gods They Might Be Giants dropped a new album, Nanobots, this past March, and are thus in the midst of a grand tour. Stateside stops include a "Celebrate Brooklyn" hometown show, and they just added a handful of European dates. TMBG also just premiered a clip for its single, "Black Ops." Your attempts to view it from your office may at first seem futile, but maybe sneak into the supply closet to watch the very (literally) dark video below.

June 10— Vancouver, British Columbia — Biltmore Cabaret *
June 11—  Seattle, Washington — Showbox SoDo *
June 12—  Portland, Oregon — Crystal Ballroom *
June 14—  San Francisco, California — Warfield Theatre *
June 15— Anaheim, California — House Of Blues *
June 16— San Diego, California — Belly Up *
Aug. 8— Asbury Park, New Jersey — Stone Pony
Aug. 9— Lancaster, Pennsylvania — Chameleon Club
Aug. 10— Brooklyn, New York — Celebrate Brooklyn *
Oct. 10— Providence, Rhode Island — Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
Oct. 11— Wilmington, Delaware — World Cafe Live
Oct. 12— Washington, DC — 9:30 Club
Oct. 15— Charlotte, North Carolina — Neighborhood Theatre
Oct. 16— Knoxville, Tennessee — Bijou Theatre
Oct. 17— Athens, Georgia — Georgia Theatre
Oct. 18— Jacksonville, Florida — Free Bird Live
Oct. 19— Orlando, Florida — Nerdapalooza at Orange County Convention Center
Oct. 20— Pensacola, Florida — Vinyl Music Hall
Oct. 22— Austin, Texas — Stubb's BBQ
Oct. 24— Albuquerque, New Mexico — Sunshine Theatre
Oct. 25— Phoenix, Arizona — Marquee Theatre
Oct. 26— Los Angeles, California — Royce Hall (2 shows)
    2pm Special Family Show
    8pm Rock Show
Oct. 27— Santa Cruz, California — Rio Theatre
Nov. 1—  Uncasville, Connecticut — The Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun
Nov. 15—  Edinburgh, United Kingdom — Queens Hall
Nov. 17— Belfast, United Kingdom — The Limelight
Nov. 18— Dublin, Ireland — Vicar Street
Nov. 19— London, United Kingdom — Shepherds Bush Empire
Nov. 20— Manchester, United Kingdom — Academy 2
Nov. 22— Weissenhauserstrand, Germany — Rolling Stone Weekender
Nov. 23— Berlin, Germany — Festaal Kreuzberg

*= w/Moon Hooch

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