The War On Drugs returned last month with “Thinking Of A Place,” an 11-minute sprawl that indicated big things for the follow-up to 2014 breakout Lost In The Dream. And although they’ve since announced extensive tour dates, they haven’t given us any specific details about the new album — just a brief interviewing describing it as their “LA record.” Those details are likely imminent, though, because according to the promotional site All Access the band’s got a new single called “Holding On” impacting radio on 6/20, which means it could be released any time between now and then.
A reader tip also points us to ASCAP, where “Holding On” and nine other new War On Drugs songs were recently registered. Here are those titles:
“Gone Too Long”
“Nothing To Find”
“Up All Night”
“You Don’t Have To Go”
In other words, hold on for “Holding On” and War On Drugs album details imminently.