TVD Ticket Giveaway: The Dismemberment Plan with Priests at the 9:30 Club, 11/28

After a long interlude to pursue other careers, indie-rock band The Dismemberment Plan reunited back in 2010 to play a few shows and inevitably revive a new wave of dance punk music. Last year, the reunion extended into the studio, which produced comeback D-Plan album, Uncanney Valley. 

Formed in 1993, the DC indie-rockers paved the way for an era of dance punk, and even after the band—composed of Eric Axelson, Jason Caddell, Joe Easley, and Travis Morrison—called it quits in 2003 to pursue other goals, the fanbase they established in their prime years grew, allowing them to pick up where they left off eleven years later.

A comeback is not an easy task for most bands, but the four-piece makes it look simple. Between reissues of previous albums, the release of Uncanney Valley, and touring all over the world, The Dismemberment Plan is having a resurgence, continuing with the addition of three shows to a small string of performances. Among the three added dates is a show at the 9:30 Club on Friday, November 28—and we’re giving away a pair of tickets.

As mentioned above, D-Plan just released their first album since 2001 just last year. Rolling Stone gave the band’s fifth studio album three-and-a-half out of five stars, calling it “a more refined interpretation of the upbeat and catchy rockers that earned them cred during the Clinton Administration.”

On any more reunion albums, The Dismemberment Plan is just going with the flow and seeing how things play out. For right now, past and present D-Plan fans are just going to have to settle for the reissue of previous albums—Change was re-released at the beginning of November—or catching one of their live performances stateside or abroad.

Enter to win a pair of tickets to see Dismemberment Plan at the 9:30 Club on Friday, November 28, by leaving a comment below naming your favorite D-Plan track. A winner will be chosen on Tuesday, November 25. 

Tickets are still available for purchase.

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