THE WAR ON DRUGS RETURN WITH NEW SINGLE
THINKING OF A PLACE – OUT NOW
The War On Drugs return with their new song Thinking of a Place, and the announcement of a North American, European and UK tour later this year. Their first new, original material since 2014’s Lost In The Dream and their debut for Atlantic Records, Thinking of a Place was produced by The War On Drugs’ Adam Granduciel and recorded and mixed by Shawn Everett. It was released as a limited edition, vinyl-only Record Store Day exclusive and is out now.
Thinking Of A Place is already garnering praise as “an epic, mood-shifting guitar jam” from NPR Music’s ‘All Songs Considered’.
“[Granduciel’s] influence has become omnipresent in the indie world . . . each element here—the steady, percussive piano; the quivering harmonica—feels necessary and bold, making Granduciel sound more present than ever.” — Pitchfork [BEST NEW TRACK]
“What makes the song is what surrounds the strum: a smooth yet constantly changing backdrop of instruments and voices, with a neo-psychedelic lead guitar or a folksy harmonica sometimes floating to the surface. Behind the seeming simplicity, everything is in flux.” — The New York Times’ The Playlist
The War On Drugs are Granduciel joined by longtime core members Dave Hartley, Robbie Bennett,Charlie Hall, Anthony LaMarca, and Jon Natchez.
News of The War On Drugs’ fourth full-length album will be coming soon.
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