The War On Drugs announce new album A Deeper Understanding; share track, “Holding On”

The long-awaited follow-up to Lost In The Dream

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The War On Drugs have announced details of their new album, A Deeper Understanding.

You can listen to the first single from the album, “Holding On“, below.

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A Deeper Understanding is the band’s first album since 2014’s Lost In The Dream, and their first album with Atlantic. It’s released on August 25.

Earlier this year, the band released “Thinking Of A Place” for Record Store Day.

A Deeper Understanding tracklisting:

Up All Night
Pain
Holding On
Strangest Thing
Knocked Down
Nothing To Find
Thinking Of A Place
In Chains
Clean Living
You Don’t Have To Go

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