The debut album
1) LAST OF THE TIMELORDS
2) I AM GROOT
4) THE BALLAD OF BOBA FETT
5) THAT MAKES US MIGHTY
6) ACROSS THE POND
7) HOLD THE DOOR
Thomas Tulak began his career at 6 years old, as a child actor, most well known for his role as the youngest Lost Boy in Steven Spielberg’s “Hook.” (He’s the one that spit out the candle and shouted, “Goodnight, Neverland!”) On set, Thomas became good friends with the late, Robin Williams. Inspired by his friend and personal hero, mr Williams, Thomas dedicated himself to making people laugh.
Thomas began playing his main instrument, drums, at 12 years old; and guitar at 13 years old. Thomas played drums in several bands through out his teens and twenties, all the while writing songs that his band members weren’t interested in. After all, he was just the drummer… This led Thomas to produce his own songs, performing all the instruments himself.
Giant Robots In The Sky is the result.
The debut album, “42,” combines multiple different musical influences: The hard hitting metal groove’s of bands like Disturbed, Godsmack, and Flaw; The arrangements of classic rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and Jethro Tull; The musical stylings of dub step artists like Skrillix, and Knife Party; The comedic elements of artists like Weird Al Yankovic, and Austrian Death Machine; With epic franchises like Star Wars, Avengers, Doctor Who, and Game Of Thrones.
“42” features tracks like: “The Ballad of Boba Fett,” which chronicles the life and times of the most infamous bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe; “Last Of The Timelords,” which tells the story of the last living Timelord at the end of the last great time war in the Doctor Who universe; and the title track, “42,” the ultimate answer to life, the universe, and everything, as arrived at by the great computer, Deep Thought, in The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy.
"Laughter is the greatest gift anyone can give."