Saint Louis, MO
Let Me Get Lost
Available on Vinyl, CD and Digital Download
Upcoming Dates

The sinkhole
Saturday, October 22, 2022
Sisser Album Release Show w/
Vaudeviliens (Chicago)
The Potomac Accord
7423 S Broadway, St Louis, Mo 63111
DOORS open at 7:30 pm
Show starts at 8 pm
$10 - All Ages

Halloween backyard show
Saturday, October 29, 2022
An All Halloween-inspired Covers Show
In a Backyard in South St Louis City
Message us for the address
gate opens at 3 pm
Show from 4 - 5 pm
All Ages / Family Friendly
Free - BYOB - Restroom On Site

More to be announced soon!

RECENT Past Shows

The Royale
Monday, August 22, 2022
The Royale Centennial Celebration
Live at The Royale's Outdoor Patio 
3132 S Kingshighway Blvd, St Louis, Mo 63139
schlafly tap room
Friday, June 24, 2022
2100 Locust St
St Louis, Mo 63103
st louis public library
not so quiet Concert series
Thursday, April 21, 2022
Live at the St Louis Public Library's Downtown Theater
1301 Olive St, St Louis, Mo 63103
Halloween Eve outdoors backyard show
Saturday, October 30, 2021
In a Backyard in South St Louis City
The Royale 
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Live at The Royale's Outdoor Patio 
3132 S Kingshighway Blvd, St Louis, Mo 63139
Saturday, July 31, 2021
"Let Me Get Lost" Album Release Show 
3509 Lemp Ave, St Louis, Mo 63118​​​​​​​
The Potomac Accord's early years focused on quiet, contemplative moods building steadily towards intense peaks across lengthy compositions. This early model is documented on their first two albums recorded in quick succession: Silver Line on a Black Sea (2001) and In One-Hundred Years the Prize will be Forgotten (2003). Additional releases from the early-2000s include a live album, Six Live Plus Two, on Hinah Records (France) as well as several compilations in both the U.S. and Europe. 
In 2013, they would record their first album in ten years. Beams (2017) has a brighter sound with its upbeat feel, tones, and tempos. A departure from their previous albums, Beams offered a look forward while building on their past.
After the release of Beams, they began regularly launching deep into lengthy, free-form improvisations during their practice sessions. Their new songs retained the piano, guitars, and drums at the fore of Beams and prior releases, but they began to blend these with layers of synthesizers, vocal and drum pad effects, and samples. Some of these new songs would appear on their fourth album, Let Me Get Lost (2020). 
They have continuously worked on new music since their last album was recorded and have debuted some of their new songs at their recent shows in preparation for recording their fifth album.

© The Potomac Accord, 2020