Hear The War On Drugs cover Warren Zevon’s “Accidentally Like A Martyr”

From the imminent Live Drugs album

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Last month we brought you the first taste of The War On Drugs’ new tour document, Live Drugs.

Now they’ve released their cover of Warren Zevon’s “Accidentally Like A Martyr” from the same album. Listen below:

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Live Drugs is out on November 20th via Adam Granduciel’s own Super High Quality Records. Pre-order the album here and read Uncut’s verdict in the new issue which we unveiled earlier today – buy your copy here.

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