TVD Ticket and Vinyl Giveaway: James Vincent McMorrow at the Lincoln Theatre, 11/8

Three years after the U.S. release of his first full-length album, singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow released his follow-up LP, Post Tropical, this past January. 

Making his music debut in 2010 with a folk, acoustic album, Early in the Morning, Irishman James Vincent McMorrow takes a new approach to his second release. Recorded in eight months on a pecan farm near the Mexican border, his second album, Post Tropical, emerged. Differing from his debut, McMorrow incorporates electronic instruments, creating a soulful, R&B sound.

Just ending the European leg of tour, McMorrow will be touring the U.S. in November. He will be performing at DC’s Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, November 8. We happen to have a pair of tickets, and we’re giving them away, along with a copy of the new album!

On his new album, the indie artist said, “For me, ‘Post Tropical’ evokes a style of music without you having a clue what it sounds like. It’s warm and familiar, but there’s something there that’s maybe not quite what you think it is. I just wanted to make the most beautiful thing that I could imagine. And that was it.” McMorrow recently released a music video for the song “Look Out,” off of Post Tropical.

Enter to win tickets to see James Vincent McMorrow at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, November 8, as well as a copy of Post Tropical on vinyl, by dropping a comment below listing your favorite tropical location. I’m going to say the Boracay Islands in the Philippines. 

A winner will be chosen on Thursday, Nov 6. Tickets are still available for purchase.

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  • JOEM

    Palawan in the Philippines also!

  • HowBoutDan

    Turks and Caicos Islands!

  • Irene Marie

    Bora Bora

  • liddokun

    Will always love Palawan, in the Philippines!

  • savitcht

    So many memories of St. Barts before the masses discovered it.

  • Ashley

    Long, long away I was in the Bahamas in a place called Long Island. A remote but stunning location. It was wonderful.

  • Ashley

    Long, long ago I was in the Bahamas in a place called Long Island. A remote but stunning location. It was wonderful.

  • ChaCha68

    the sandy shores of La Campagne, Nigeria <3

  • BlissFoster

    honolulu hawaii

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