Next Thursday & Friday night, Philly's own The War On Drugs return to the city to play 2 back-to-back headlining shows at The Met! It's been almost 3 years since frontman Adam Granduciel has been back home. The band recorded the new album "I Don't Live Here Anymore" in 7 different studios over the course of 3 years and the result is yet again, one of the most majestic pieces of sound my heart has latched onto. We got to talking about the new album, the new songs, how one song in particular "Victim" was a song that the band wasn't ready to play live, and then at the last minute, Adam pulled the trigger and threw it on the band's setlist at the Desert Daze festival, and it turned out to be one of the best decisions he's ever made. Sometimes you just have to do things in the moment to get the intended result, and that's what I love most about this band. We dug in a little bit more and got to chat about some of the studios the band recorded in, and some in particular just blew his mind getting to just work inside of. Also, it was a quite a trip for Adam to find out Barack Obama is a big fan of his band! This is for sure a good one, so check out the convo below- and like I said in the interview: "I will risk my own health to see The War On Drugs live in concert". Hopefully you got a ticket because no one should miss this band live...ever.