The War On Drugs share yet another single from their forthcoming record, Pain

The War On Drugs share yet another single from their forthcoming record, Pain

The follow up to 2014’s incredible Lost in the Dream drops later this month.

Furthering the hype and excitement that has been brewing for close to three years, The War On Drugs have shared yet another beautiful cut from their new record A Deeper Understanding (which is dropping later this month) and boy, is it shaping up to be something special. Making it 4 from 4 in terms of the previews of the new record, the new track is titled Pain and sonic tug at the heart strings. Through the twinkly synths and a towering guitar number, frontman Adam Granduciel pours out “Hold me close and let me pull you in, give me a deeper understanding of who I am, yeah, I'm movin' back again, but I'm ready now”. Debuting the track earlier this week via a performance on Radio 104.5, Pain add’s to the feeling that A Deeper Understanding could very well be the best record we have heard from The War On Drugs yet.

A Deeper Understanding is due for release August 25th via Atlantic Records.

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