Inside The War On Drugs' bid for mainstream success

Andre Paine

With this record, I knew from the minute we finished touring that I needed to start working and having ideas,” says Adam Granduciel.

“I need to have a place where I can go every day and work on music and play the piano, play guitar and get better at recording, and not make my life’s passion such a tough thing to turn on.”

The band leader, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and producer with Philadelphia’s The War On Drugs is describing the moment ...

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