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They Might Be Giants share tour dates and a spooky new video with Nick Offerman

(Photo: Getty Images, Mike Lawrie)
(Photo: Getty Images, Mike Lawrie)

Everybody seems to love Nick Offerman, but nobody loves Nick Offerman like the stringy-haired man in a Nick Offerman shrine from this video for They Might Be Giants’ “The Greatest” loves Nick Offerman. Or maybe “love” isn’t the right word for this terrifying Buffalo Bill nightmare, in which a man sews together a Nick Offerman suit and stabs needles into a Nick Offerman doll. Thankfully, it all wraps up with a happy ending. (Not really, but we’ve got tour dates to get to and we don’t want everyone to be bummed out.)

If that video didn’t scare you off, They Might Be Giants have also shared a batch of North American tour dates for the spring in support of their recently released album I Like Fun. 2018 will also see the return of TMBG’s Dial-A-Song service, which the video above is specifically promoting, so there’ll be a whole bunch of solid TMBG content coming over the next few months.


TMBG 2018 Tour

1/31—Baton Rouge, LA—Varsity Theatre

2/1—Austin, TX—Stubb’s BBQ

2/2—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall

2/3—Dallas, TX—The Kessler Theater

2/6—Nashville, TN—Cannery Ballroom

2/7—Indianapolis, IN—The Vogue

2/8—Columbus, OH—Newport Music Hall

2/9—St. Louis, MO—The Pageant

2/10—Detroit, MI—Saint Andrew’s Hall

2/11—Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom

2/27—Phoenix, AZ—Marquee Theatre

3/1—San Diego, CA (Solana Beach)—Belly Up

3/2—Los Angeles, CA—The Regent

3/3—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore

3/4—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore

3/6—Eugene, OR—HiFi Music Hall

3/7—Seattle, WA—Neptune Theatre

3/8—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom

3/9—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot

3/10—Denver, CO—Gothic Theatre

3/11—Boulder, CO—Fox Theatre

3/13—Kansas City, MO—The Truman

3/14—Omaha, NE—Slowdown

3/15—Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue

3/16—Milwaukee, WI—The Pabst Theatre

3/17—Chicago, IL—The Vic Theatre

3/18—Louisville, KY—Mercury Ballroom

4/13—New Haven, CT—College Street Music Hall

4/14—Washington, DC—9:30 Club

4/15—Pittsburgh, PA—Mr. Small’s Theatre

4/17—Cincinnati, OH—Madison Theater

4/19—Rochester, NY—Anthology

4/20—Burlington, VT—Higher Ground

4/21—Portland, ME—State Theatre

4/22—Albany, NY—The Egg

4/26—Northampton, MA—Academy of Music

4/27—Boston, MA—House of Blues

4/28—Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living Arts