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They Might Be Giants To Release New Album 'Phone Power'

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 Written by Jennifer Geddes

They Might Be Giants will release their new album, 'Phone Power', on June 10 via Lojinx

The LP comes from the band's Dial-A-Song project, which they originally launched in 1983 and revitalised in 2015. The project saw the band post a new track and video every week for a year.

The record follows 'Glean' and 'Why?', which both came out last year, and will be the final album to come from the Dial-A-Song project. 

Check out the album's cover above and track listing below.

  1. Apophenia
  2. I Love You for Psychological Reasons
  3. To a Forest
  4. I Am Alone
  5. Say Nice Things About Detroit
  6. Trouble Awful Devil Evil
  7. ECNALUMBA
  8. Daylight
  9. Sold My Mind to the Kremlin
  10. It Said Something
  11. Impossibly New
  12. I'll Be Haunting You
  13. Got Getting Up So Down
  14. What Did I Do to You
  15. Shape Shifter
  16. Bills, Bills, Bills
  17. Black Ops Alt
  18. I Wasn't Listening

The album also contains a cover of Destiny Child's Bills, Bills, Bills, which you can view below. 

The band are set to play US shows in July. 

They Might Be Giants Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Wed July 20 2016 - DENVER Colorado - Ogden Theatre (USA)
Thu July 21 2016 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Fillmore - San Francisco (USA)
Fri July 22 2016 - BERKELEY California - UC Theatre (USA)

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