The War On Drugs – I Don’t Live Here Anymore (Download Free album Zip File)
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Adam Granduciel has taken an open-hearted approach to arena-filling glory. The War On Drugs’ frontman might cut the rock’n’roll stereotype – all flailing locks and plaid shirts–- but he’s never bought into the mythology that comes with the role. Instead, the 42-year-old has mastered his craft with obsessive drive, figuring out life’s bumpy road by way of soul-searching Americana.
Granduciel and co. had rounded off a world tour for 2017’s ‘A Deeper Understanding’, which picked up a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, when the pandemic arrived – luckily Granduciel was already seeking space to create. He also became a father during this period; he’s always made deeply spiritual music, so it makes sense the two life-changing events found him more reflective than ever before on fifth album ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’.
The sentiment is confirmed by moving opener ‘Living Proof’, which kicks the journey off with reflective keys and a plaintive strum of guitar. With the lyrics, “I’ve been to the place / That you’ve tried escaping / I can’t recall / I’m always changing / Love overflowing”, it’s a hushed ballad that pulses with all the romance and reflection we’ve come to expect from him.