The War On Drugs – Red Eyes

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Following up their critically-appraised album Slave Ambient in 2011, Philadelphia rockers The War On Drugs released Lost In The Dream earlier this month. Written by the band’s frontman Adam Granduciel on the heels of a breakup, the album tackles themes of loss, isolation, and depression. In the end though, Granduciel ultimately achieves an honest, heartfelt, and hopefully healing record that’s been lauded even more than the last. Stream their single “Red Eyes” below, and if you’re in DC catch them at 930 Club April 18.

One thought on “The War On Drugs – Red Eyes

  1. It’s a wonderful record. I missed Slave Ambient but am looking forward to going back to it now that I’m aware of what I missed.

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