Win Free Passes To See Tame Impala In NYC!By Benjamin Shapiro
Tame Impala. Photo by Maciek Pozoga.
This fall, Aussie psych-rock oddballs Tame Impala are putting out their second record on Modular Recordings. It's called Lonerism, and if it's anything like their last one, it'll leave you smelling like patchouli. To gear up for the release, the band is playing a lot of their new material at Brooklyn's Music Hall Of Williamsburg for one night only, on August 7, along with another psych act from down under, Young Magic. And guess what? We've got all your ticket needs covered.
Noisey just wrapped our meathooks around two pairs of tickets to give away, and we'd like to give them to you. For freesies. All you have to do is click right here to send us an email with Tame Impala as the subject heading. Just shoot us that email and you'll probably win. It's super easy.
You can get more info on the show right here, and stream their new single "Elephant" below. Oh, also, Lonerism is out October fifth in Australia, the eighth in the UK, and the ninth in the United States of Amerika: you can pre-order it here.
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