The War on Drugs stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform “Red Eyes” on The Late Show with David Letterman. The Philadelphia based band got a hand from the house band as Paul Shaffer added some keyboards to the mix.
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I’m still kicking myself for not getting tickets when The War on Drugs came to Chicago in late March. The Philadelphia based band led by Adam Granduciel have just announced an extensive fall tour in support of their critically acclaimed new album, Lost in the Dream. The
Quilt is set to begin a run of shows supporting Woods on Friday at Boot & Saddle in Philadelphia. Just two days after their tour with Woods ends, the Boston based band will cross the pond for a run of shows with The War on Drugs. Quilt
The War on Drugs have released a music video for “Red Eyes,” which appears on their forthcoming album, Lost in the Dream, which hits shelves on March 18 via Secretly Canadian. The War on Drugs will kick off a world tour on March 15 at BSP Lounge
On March 18, 2014, The War on Drugs will release Lost in the Dream, their follow up to their critically acclaimed 2011 album, Slave Ambient. The album was recored in Philadelphia, North Carolina, New York and New Jersey over a two-year period following their lengthy tour in support
The War on Drugs will ring in 2013 at Johnny Brendas in their hometown of Philadelphia. The band announced the shows via Twitter and promised “joints falling from the ceiling falling from the ceiling at midnight.” Both shows are 21+ and tickets are on sale now. Get