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They Might Be Giants’ newest music video is like THE SEVENTH SEAL … but with ping pong!

Dir. by Paul & Mike Swiatek

BALTIMORE March 17 http://bit.ly/1kbrl0f
CINCINNATTI March 18 http://bit.ly/1GxvMwU
MILWAUKEE March 19 http://bit.ly/20aLvIB
OMAHA March 22 http://bit.ly/1O86Gr0
DENVER March 23 http://bit.ly/1PRuNKY
BERKELEY March 25 http://bit.ly/1P5n2yp
LOS ANGELES March 26 http://bit.ly/1WjfSIj GOING FAST
SAN DIEGO March 27 http://bit.ly/1kbrKQn 125 TICKETS LEFT
TUCSON March 29 http://bit.ly/20aLF2E
AUSTIN Flood Show March 31 http://bit.ly/1RBWpRD
HOUSTON April 1 http://bit.ly/1N8StJ9
NEW ORLEANS April 2 http://bit.ly/1XzqKEm
PENSACOLA April 3 http://bit.ly/1S9RxUI
ST. PETERSBURG April 5 http://bit.ly/1kbs5CG
ORLANDO April 6 http://bitly/1MtIoaM
ASHEVILLE April 7 http://bit.ly/1iiW6ix
ATLANTA April 8 http://bit.ly/1Hc2jTU 150 TICKETS LEFT
CARRBORO April 9 SOLD OUT
PHILADELPHIA April 10 http://bit.ly/1Hc2oHq

Why do quirky indie-rock groups consisting entirely of white boys with guitars always have a lead singer with exactly the same nasally accent? Doesn’t matter where they come from, or when they got started: the Arrogant Worms, the Mountain Goats, They Might Be Giants - they could totally trade vocalists and nobody would know the difference. Do they stamp these guys out of a mould, or what?