- 15 Oct 21
Retro styled footage of the The War on Drugs recording session plays on top of the short snippet of the new song.
American rock band The War on Drugs have released a short snippet of one of the tracks from their upcoming album, I Don't Live Here Anymore.
In a note released along with the album’s announcement the record was described as: “an uncommon rock album about one of our most common but daunting processes — resilience in the face of despair”. The group has been lauded as one of the most influential rock bands of the past decade, bringing the more experimental sides of the genre out onto the mainstream.
Last month (September 15th) the heartland rock band released the title track ‘I Don't Live Here Anymore'. This was the second single to be released, the gentle acoustics ballad ‘Living Proof ’ having been issued alongside the album's announcement - also announcing a global tour in support of their fifth record.
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Formed in 2005 by Adam Granduciel and Kurt Vile, the group released their first album Wagonwheel Blues in 2008. I Don't Live Here Anymore will be the fifth record released by Philadelphia-based outfit, following up on their vastly successful A Deeper Understanding. The album broke the top 10 in multiple countries and won Best Rock Album at the Grammy Awards.
The band is set to take their new record on tour in February 2022, starting off in the United States and then crossing the pond in March - performing at the 3Arena in Dublin on 14th of April.
Photo Credit: Shawn Brackbill
You can get your tickets here and watch the music video for their last single below: