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The War on Drugs perform Strangest Thing. Summer ride on the beach Howl at the day I've been hiding out so long I gotta find another way Late at night I wanna see you Well my eyes, they begin to fade Am I just living in the space between The beauty and the pain?

Produced by Adam Granduciel. Album A Deeper Understanding. Strangest Thing Lyrics. Some are right underneath And how I look today I've been hiding out so long I gotta find another way. Late at night I wanna see you Will my eyes they begin to fade? Am I just livin' in the space between The beauty and the pain? And the real thing. I recognize every face But I ain't got everything I need If I'm just living in the space between The beauty and the pain It's the strangest thing. Yeah, should I surround my life Surrounded by a hole Surrounded by no other I wanna ride it home. Yeah, be the writer of your own story Let it turn you onto love again Be the writer of your own story Let it turn you onto love again I wanna ride, I wanna ride. About Strangest Thing.

The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 2005. The band consists of Adam Granduciel (lyrics, lead vocals, guitar), David Hartley (bass guitar), Robbie Bennett (keyboards), Charlie Hall (drums), Jon Natchez (saxophone, keyboards) and Anthony LaMarca (guitar). Founded by close collaborators Adam Granduciel and Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs released their debut studio album, Wagonwheel Blues, in 2008

The War On Drugs today unveil their fourth studio album, A Deeper Understanding. A Deeper Understanding is out now via Atlantic Records and Warner Music Canada. The War on Drugs are Adam Granduciel, David Hartley, Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, Anthony Lamarca, and Jon Natchez.

The War on Drugs delivered a celestial new slow-burner Strangest Thing from their upcoming album, A Deeper Understanding, out August 25th. The nearly-seven-minute tune boasts a steady rock groove tinged with airy country vibes and spacey synths, while its also marked distinctly by a gargantuan guitar solo. Singer Adam Granduciel presides over the track with a Dylan-esque vocal performance, singing in an acrid croon, I recognize every face but I ain’t got everything I need/ If I’m just moving in the space between the beauty and the pain/ It’s the strangest thing

A Deeper Understanding, the fourth album from Philly’s beloved War on Drugs, arrives August 25. The timing is perfect. This is when summer begins its slow dissolve. You’ve still got a solid month of beach weather left, but you’re already preoccupied with everything you have or haven’t managed to do in the days that are already used up. You convince yourself that you’re actually going to miss the humidity and grit of the season, and the air takes on a glow that’s all the more appealing for the knowledge that it will expire soon.

The cover of the fourth War on Drugs album is a red herring. Alone in a windowless room, songwriter Adam Granduciel looks up from his keyboard, apparently annoyed by an intruding photographer. The dank hermitage more accurately reflects the making of his 2014 breakthrough, Lost in the Dream, a drivetime reverie indebted to Springsteen, Dylan and Dire Straits that nearly drove him mad. Crushed by anxiety and the fallout from the break-up it documented, he rerecorded the whole album, at one point watching his speakers tremble to check whether the vibrations were up to scratch. Unexpectedly sweet xylophone sparkle lends optimism to Holding On’s pulsing synth layer cake. Watch the War on Drugs perform Pain.

The War on Drugs have announced their full-length follow-up to 2014’s Lost in the Dream. A Deeper Understanding is out August 25 via Atlantic. The project is mixed by Shawn Everett (a mixing engineer known for his work with Alabama Shakes, Weezer, and Julian Casablancas). Earlier this year, the band returned with a new 11-minute single called Thinking of a Place -a song they released as a 12" single on Record Store Day. That track also appears on the album. 01 Up All Night 02 Pain 03 Holding On 04 Strangest Thing 05 Knocked Down 06 Nothing to Find 07 Thinking of a Place 08 In Chains 09 Clean Living 10 You Don’t Have to Go. Watch the War on Drugs perform Red Eyes at Primavera Sound via Pitchfork. tv: Artists In This Story.

The band will release new album 'A Deeper Understanding' on August 25th, with a full UK also forthcoming. Tune in now. Catch The War On Drugs at the following shows: November 9 Glasgow Barrowlands 10 Glasgow Barrowlands – SOLD OUT 12 Manchester.

About Strangest Thing lyrics. Album A Deeper Understanding (2017). Yeah be the writer of your own story Let it turn you onto love again Be the writer of your own story Let it turn you onto love again I wanna ride, I wanna ride.

Tracklist

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Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Records

Notes

℗ 2017 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
© 2017 Atlantic Records

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The War On Drugs - Strangest Thing FLAC album

Performer: The War On Drugs

Title: Strangest Thing

Date of release: 2017

Style: Alternative Rock

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1279 mb

Size FLAC: 1759 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 454

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