If you haven’t heard about They Might Be Giants’ new album “Here Comes Science,” here’s your chance. They’ll play a benefit concert at the New York Hall of Science this Sunday:
Queens, N.Y. â€” After months of traveling the country on a national tour, 2009 Grammy Winners They Might Be Giants will play two benefit concerts at the New York Hall of Science on December 13. The two shows, at 1 and 3:15 pm, will feature TMBGâ€™s newest songs from their latest childrenâ€™s album â€œHere Comes Science,â€ which examines a wide array of scientific ideas. Proceeds from the $35 concert tickets will be donated to NYSCI.
â€œThey Might Be Giants is a great band that appeals to every generation and weâ€™re excited to share their smart and funny music with our audiences,â€ said NYSCI Director and Chief Content Officer Eric Siegel who has a special connection to the project. Siegel was employed by They Might Be Giants to fact check the songs and videos on â€œHere Comes Science.â€
â€œThe list of songs demonstrates the premise of the recording, that science is realâ€ said Siegel. “Here comes Science” includes: â€˜Science Is Real,â€™ â€˜Meet The Elements,â€™ â€˜I Am A Paleontologist,â€™ â€˜The Bloodmobile,â€™ â€˜Electric Car,â€™ â€˜My Brother The Apeâ€™ â€˜What Is A Shooting Star?,â€™ â€˜How Many Planets?,â€™ â€˜Why Does The Sun Shine?,â€™ â€˜Why Does The Sun Really Shine?,â€™ â€˜Roy G. Biv,â€™ â€˜Put It To The Test; Photosynthesis,â€™ â€˜Cells,â€™ â€˜Speed And Velocity,â€™ â€˜Computer Assisted Design,â€™ â€˜Solid Liquid Gas,â€™ â€˜Here Comes Science,â€™ and â€˜The Ballad Of Davy Crockett (In Outer Space).â€™
They Might Be Giants
December 13; 1 & 3:15 pm
New York Hall of Science
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens