Watch War on Drugs Perform Most of ‘Lost in the Dream’ Album
Philadelphia quartet also mixes in some 'Slave Ambient' tracks at hometown gig
The War on Drugs are set to release their SPIN Essential third album Lost in the Dream this week, and to celebrate the occasion, the Philly quartet played a hometown show during which they treated the crowd to almost the entire new LP. Adam Granduciel and co. played a special noon set at World Cafe Live, extending the LP’s already long tracks with atmospheric jams while mixing in “Brothers,” “Baby Missiles,” and “I Was There” from 2011’s Slave Ambient. Watch the entire show here, and pick up Lost in the Dream via Secretly Canadian on March 18.