Boing Boing Video proudly debuts "Meet The Elements," a new animated music video from They Might Be Giants. This animated, upbeat ode to the periodic table of elements and how they form our world, appears on the new TMBG kids' album "Here Comes Science." Video directed by Feel Good Anyway.
* At Boing Boing, Cory reviews the new album here.
* Boing Boing post about the video here:
* TMBG online: http://www.theymightbegiants.com/
* Buy "Here Comes Science" http://tinyurl.com/leog7l
* More Boing Boing Video: http://boingboing.net/video.html
* Feel Good Anyway: http://feelgoodanyway.com
(Thanks, John Flansburgh!)
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