The War On Drugs Debut A Deeper Understanding Songs At Intimate NYC Show

Shawn Brackbill

The War On Drugs Debut A Deeper Understanding Songs At Intimate NYC Show

Shawn Brackbill

The War On Drugs won’t launch their tour behind A Deeper Understanding until September, but last night they played an intimate comeback performance at New York’s Bowery Ballroom. In addition to performing advance singles “Thinking Of A Place” and “Holding On” for the first time, they also debuted “Pain” and “Strangest Thing” and covered Warren Zevon’s “Accidentally Like A Martyr.” Below, check out lengthy footage of “Thinking Of A Place” plus a portion of “Holding On.”

More purple 😎

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Here’s the setlist:

War on Drugs Vibes #duder #warondrugs #boweryballroom

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