May 11, 2011

The War On Drugs - "Baby Missiles"

The War On Drugs have announced their second full-length, Slave Ambient. Recorded in pieces over the last four years in Asheville, North Carolina and at frontman Adam Granduciel's home studio in Philadelphia, the 12-track LP comes hot on the heels of the band's critically acclaimed 2010 EP, Future Weather. In fact, the first single off Slave Ambient is a slightly reworked version of Future Weather standout, "Baby Missiles"—a track that "chugs and propels forward with the speed of a locomotive on a serious dose of methamphetamine." (via)

Slave Ambient is out August 16th on Secretly Canadian

The War On Drugs - "Baby Missiles" (from Slave Ambient)

Here's the video for "A Needle In Your Eye" off the band's 2008 debut, Wagonwheel Blues, which boasts a heady and psychedelic web of Western iconography (cowboys, Indians, cattle, the great plains).

The War On Drugs

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