Hear The War On Drugs new song, “Up All Night”

It's taken from the band's upcoming album, A Deeper Understanding

Trending Now

Ways to keep reading Uncut during lockdown

Even if you can't leave the house, there's no need to miss an issue

Watch Jake Xerxes Fussell play an exclusive Uncut session

Recorded live at his home in Durham, North Carolina

Bob Marley: “He sent messages to the world”

A legend in exile: Uncut explores Marley's momentous year in London

Kraftwerk – The Ultimate Music Guide

Celebrating 50 years of Kraftwerk and the life of their late co-founder Florian Schneider, this 124 page premium publication...

The War On Drugs have shared another new song from their upcoming new album, A Deeper Understanding.

Up All Night” follows the previously shared tracks “Pain”, “Holding On”, “Strangest Thing” and “Thinking Of Place”.

A Deeper Understanding is the Philadelphia band’s fourth album and will be released on August 25, via Atlantic.

Advertisement

Earlier this year, the Adam Granduciel-led band announced a European tour that starts in November and includes UK stops in Glasgow, Manchester and London. See the full tour schedule and ticket details at the band’s website. Their UK dates are below.

Thursday November 9 – GLASGOW – Barrowlands
Friday November 10 – GLASGOW – Barrowlands
Sunday November 12 – MANCHESTER – O2 Apollo
Tuesday November 14 – LONDON – Alexandra Palace

The October 2017 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring Jack White on the cover. Elsewhere in the issue, there are new interviews with Van Morrison, The National, The Dream Syndicate, Steve Winwood, Tony Visconti, The The, The Doors and Sparks. We review LCD Soundsystem, The Style Council, Chris Hillman, Hiss Golden Messenger and Frank Zappa. Our free CD features 15 tracks of the month’s best music, including Lee Renaldo, Mogwai, Wand, Chris Hillman, The Dream Syndicate, Hiss Golden Messenger and more.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

Bob Marley, Marc Bolan, John Prine, Courtney Marie Andrews, Joy Division, Joan As Police Woman, Irmin Schmidt, Paul Weller and Captain Beefheart
Advertisement

Features

Advertisement