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New The War On Drugs LP Available for Streaming

After some technical difficulty, you can now stream The War On Drugs' new full-length album A Deeper Understanding in its entirety for the next 24 hours HERE. The LP officially comes out this Friday, August 25 via Atlantic Records. You can also catch The War On Drugs live in Philly on Thursday, September 21 at the Dell Music Center for Connor Barwin’s Make The World Better Foundation benefit concert. Enjoy!





New Track: "Accidentally Like A Martyr" (Warren Zevon Cover) - The War On Drugs

Hometown heroes The War On Drugs have a new album coming out on August 25 via Atlantic Records, entitled A Deeper Understanding. To help warm up for their upcoming North American/European tour, the band played an intimate performance on June 8, 2017 at the beloved Bowery Ballroom, and while in NYC, they also stopped by Spotify Studios to lay down some promotional recordings, which included a cover of Warren Zevon's "Accidentally Like A Martyr" (below), off his 1978 album Excitable Boy. You can catch The War On Drugs performing next in Philly on Thursday, September 21 at the Dell Music Center.





New Music Video: "You're Silver" - Nightlands

Nightlands, a.k.a. Dave Hartley (The War on Drugs), recently released a new album, I Can Feel the Night Around Me, via Western Vinyl. Cruising through the streets with a behind-the-wheel and then an overhead, coastal viewpoint, the video for “You’re Silver," which was co-directed by Daniel Fox and Matthew Marchlewski, captures the smooth intensity of the surrounding environment. Soothing, soulful vocals layer as the gentle, gliding groove coasts those harmonies into gear. Nightlands will headline a bill on Saturday, May 27 at Johnny Brenda's, and will be supported by The Dove & The Wolf and The Building. 





New Track: "The Smell Of Us" - The Dove & The Wolf

The Dove & The Wolf have a new EP I Don’t Know What To Feel, which was produced by Dave Hartley (The War On Drugs, Nightlands) and Nick Krill (The Spinto Band, Teen Men). The lead single “The Smell Of Us” focuses on the duality of living within the temporarily fantasy created in intimacy, while simultaneously understanding the changing tides of reality. Those complex thoughts are delivered in a percussively snappy breezy pop daydream. Catch their record release, which also includes Jesse Hale Moore, June 15 at Johnny Brenda’s. 





New Video: "Arms Like Boulders" (Live - Austin City Limits) - The War on Drugs

Though we have been happy to see The War on Drugs gain critical acclaim for their last two LPs Lost In The Dream and Slave Ambient, we have to admit that when we come to their shows these days, we always long to hear soon-to-be classics like "Taking the Farm" and "Arms Like Boulders." Well, PBS will be airing this Saturday, November 7 at 7pm the group's recent appearance at Austin City Limits, where they performed our latter fave. There was no Adam Granduciel guitar spike like at the end of "Under Pressure" at Treasure Island Festival, but we'll take it! (Photo by Scott Newton)

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