The War On Drugs – I Don’t Live Here Anymore (Feat. Lucius) Music Video

Ahead of the discharge of their hotly anticipated fifth studio album The War On Drugs have premiered a video for the title monitor to the brand new report – ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’. The music ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ follows on from ‘Living Proof’, the band’s lead single from their newest album, launched in July.

‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’, the album, is the band’s first in 4 years and follows the Grammy award successful album from 2017, ‘A Deeper Understanding’. The chart topping album from the Philadelphia indie-rockers was each a crucial and industrial success that in the end gave up 5 single releases from the unique ten monitor album. 

The War On Drugs newest music is a collaborative one and options the pleasant vocal harmonies of Lucius. ‘The Two of Us on the Run’ singers, Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, add an additional dimension to the laid again and tender soft-rock anthem. The monitor builds and builds because the music will get ever larger with every beat. Harking again to basic cuts from the golden age of American AOR and 80’s pumped up pomp, ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ has a timeless and acquainted high quality with delicate harmonies layered throughout a rigorously thought-about and superbly constructed soundtrack.

The new materials from The War On Drugs has been a very long time coming. Recorded over the course of the final three years, in seven studios (together with ‘Electric Lady’ in New York and ‘Sound City’ in Los Angeles), and through 12 recording classes, ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ has been pieced collectively “like a form of rock ‘n’ roll jigsaw puzzle” in accordance with the band’s press launch. 

The video to accompany the music was directed by Emmett Malloy (‘The Big Easy Express’/White Stripes/Vampire Weekend) and options the band in varied areas together with a roof high with the LA skyline straight behind them.

‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’, the album, might be launched through Atlantic Records on October twenty ninth.



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