The War On Drugs brings the I Don’t Live Here Anymore Tour to The Ryman



Last week, Philadelphia based rock band the The War On Drugs brought their unique musical sound to a sold out crowd at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. Adam Granduciel, the bands frontman and main songwriter, and his band are fresh off their 5th studio album I Don’t Live Here Anymore. The War On Drugs is known to diversify their unique sound with a blend of folk, indie, classic and psychedelic rock roots and they brought every flavor to their set at the Ryman. TWOD opened up playing several songs off the new album that immediately brought energy to the crowd. The set also comprised of popular classics like “Red Eyes” and “Thinking of a Place”.

Check out photo coverage and tour dates below!

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Photos/Words by Casey Mabry.

Tour Dates can be found here.

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