Last night (September 7) The War On Drugs took to the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform their new single “Living Proof”.
The performance was their first live appearance in support of their forthcoming album I Don’t Live Here Anymore. The four-and-a-half-minute clip shows the rock group in a studio offering a stunning live rendition of the soft ballad.
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I Don’t Live Here Anymore is set to arrive on October 29th via Atlantic Records. It will be the band’s fifth studio LP and their first release in four years following 2017’s Grammy Award winning album A Deeper Understanding.
Watch “Living Proof” live on Colbert below.
Regarding The War On Drugs’ new album, their official website states: “a particular combination of intricacy and imagination animates the 10 songs of I Don’t Live Here Anymore, buttressing the feelings of Granduciel’s personal odyssey.”
“IT’S AN EXPRESSION OF ROCK ’N’ ROLL’S POWER TO TRANSLATE OUR OWN EXPERIENCE INTO SONGS WE CAN SHARE AND WORDS THAT DIRECT OUR GAZE TOWARD THE POSSIBILITY OF WHAT IS TO COME.”
I Don’t Live Here Anymore Tracklist:
01 – Living Proof
02 – Harmonia’s Dream
03 – Change
04 – I Don’t Wanna Wait
05 – Victim
06 – I Don’t Live Here Anymore
07 – Old Skin
08 – Wasted
09 – Rings Around My Father’s Eyes
10 – Occasional Rain