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I Don't Live Here Anymore|The War On Drugs
I Don't Live Here Anymore
The War On Drugs
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Track Listing

1 Living Proof
2 Harmonia's Drm
3 Change
4 I Don't Wannaait
5 Victim
6 I Don't Live re Anymore
7 Old Skin
8 Wasted
9 Rings Around Father's Eyes
10 Occasional Ra


  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: October 2021
  • Label: Atlantic (Label)
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
  • Producer: Shawn Everett; Adam Granduciel
  • Engineer: Shawn Everett; Nick Krill; Ivan Wayman; Quarantine Cowboys

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Granduciel's holy trinity is Dylan, Petty, and Springsteen....On I DON'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE, he really goes all in on his retro-rock fantasy, with sparkling synths and booming drums just as prominent as autumnal jangle." Spin - "'Harmonia's Dream' and the title track hit their highest highs of windows-down euphoria, and what appears to be War on Drugs' most straightforward LP reveals itself to be just as intricate and rewarding as anything in their catalog." Billboard - "[A]n album of polished, carefully constructed songs. The apex of this sonic evolution is the title track, a radio-ready endorphin rush..." NME (Magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "`Harmonia's Dream' is the first of many blistering anthems that pack the confidence of a band at the peak of their career." Paste (magazine) - "[With] Granduciel and co. leaning hard into their sweeping, Springsteen-esque heartland rock tendencies, particularly on the Lucius-assisted title track." Paste (magazine) - "The tenderness on opener and lead single 'Living Proof' is wrapped in lush piano chords and simple lyricism about feeling foreign to a place you once called home." Pitchfork (Website) - "The fifth album from Adam Granduciel and co. chips away some of their hazier edges in favor of sharper melodies, broadening the borders of the meticulous yet joyously simple sound he has perfected."

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