An outstanding article about an extraordinary band, by David Bevan on Pitchfork, Sept 23, 2014:
Inside Man: How the War on Drugs' Adam Granduciel beat back crippling anxiety and isolation to make one of the year's most inclusive—and best—rock records.
Bevan gives you the story about The War on Drugs' latest album Lost in the Dream. Adam Granduciel's process of making the album are the reasons and necessities of making art.
Published March 31, 2014 by KEXP
Recently The Guardian Launched a Neo-Stalinist Art Theory, where what the élite dictates is art must be accepted and admired by the people and where the process to make art cannot exist. For War on Drugs, art is a dynamic tool for change. Bevan’s article and the War on Drugs are the perfect antidote to the restricted and static idea about art that The Guardian and many others promote.
The War On Drugs - Lost in the Dream (Full Album)
The War on Drugs - Official website