Watch The War On Drugs Cover Tom Petty In LA

Adam Granduciel, lead singer for The War on Drugs, poses for a portrait at his rehearsal space Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pa. A Massachusetts native, Granduciel is the band’s singer, songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. The band launches a national tour next week off their latest album “A Deeper Understanding.” (Corey Perrine/AP Images for The Boston Globe)

Watch The War On Drugs Cover Tom Petty In LA

Adam Granduciel, lead singer for The War on Drugs, poses for a portrait at his rehearsal space Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pa. A Massachusetts native, Granduciel is the band’s singer, songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. The band launches a national tour next week off their latest album “A Deeper Understanding.” (Corey Perrine/AP Images for The Boston Globe)

Add the War On Drugs to the pile of obvious Tom Petty descendants paying tribute to the late legend in concert. Adam Granduciel seems like a devoted Petty disciple, so it’s no surprise he picked a deep cut to perform. The band opened last night’s gig at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with the appropriately wistful “Time To Move On” from Petty’s 1994 classic Wildflowers. Check out footage below.

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