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The War On Drugs - Thinking Of A Place flac album Performer: The War On Drugs
Title: Thinking Of A Place
Style: Alternative Rock
Released: 2017
Country: Europe
MP3 album: 1523 mb
FLAC album: 1654 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MP3 TTA AHX MIDI AUD FLAC WAV
Genre: Rock

Thinking of a Place Lyrics. It was back in Little Bend that I saw you Light was changing on the water Where birds above had flown There was pain in your eyes So you vanished in the night Missouri River in the distance So I lied upon the lawn. I remember walking against the darkness of the beach Love is like a ghost in the distance, out of reach Travel through the night 'cause there is no fear Alone but right behind until I watched you disappear

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The War On Drugs – Thinking Of A Place from Record Store Day on Vimeo. The War on Drugs issued expansive new song Thinking of a Place, ahead of its release as a 12-inch vinyl single for Record Store Day on April 22nd. The blissful, 11-minute cut marks the indie-rock band’s first new material since their 2014 LP, Lost in the Dream. Last year, the War on Drugs contributed a cover version of the Grateful Dead’s biggest hit, Touch of Grey, to the massive, 59-song tribute album Day of the Dead, curated by the National’s Aaron and Bryce Dessner. Record Store Day’s 10th anniversary event – which features St. Vincent’s Annie Clark as ambassador – will include numerous highly coveted LPs, including André 3000’s cover of the Beatles’ Come Together, previously unreleased Smiths recordings and posthumous releases from David Bowie and Prince.

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The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 2005. The band consists of Adam Granduciel (lyrics, lead vocals, guitar), David Hartley (bass guitar), Robbie Bennett (keyboards), Charlie Hall (drums), Jon Natchez (saxophone, keyboards) and Anthony LaMarca (guitar). Founded by close collaborators Adam Granduciel and Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs released their debut studio album, Wagonwheel Blues, in 2008

The War on Drugs return on Thinking of a Place. Thinking of a Place marks a subtle, focused return from the War on Drugs. Stretching out across 11 minutes, it is less a reintroduction than a reimmersion into Adam Granduciel’s spectral Americana. Nearly every aspect of the song is tenuous, either disappearing or located just beyond our grasp. Granduciel sings, Love is like a ghost in the distance out of reach. He warns us, There’s a darkness over there/But we ain’t going. He laments a lover who vanished in the night while he gazes at the Missouri River

Complete your The War On Drugs collection. Now with rumors having swirled for entirely too long, finally the heavens have parted and we’ve been treated to their new intoxicating eleven minute epic Thinking of a Place, delivered on a vinyl formate of 5500 copies worldwide. The song is filled with gentle meandering fuzzed out guitar solos and a rich sonic layering that never rises above a whisper, yet this nearly ghostly musical vision sits with a patience that doesn’t so much unfold, more that it moves along with a sense of observation, one where Granduciel is ever present in that he’s now, though his music, a.

When Kurt Vile left the War on Drugs to go full time with his band the Violators, it was only natural Adam Granduciel's subsequent depression and introspection would have a profound change in the sound and direction of the band. The refocusing of Granduciel's already stellar guitar work paired with a renewed introspection into more personal songwriting yielded 2014's Lost in a Dream, taking the listener places that prior releases Barrel of Batteries and Slave Ambient never hinted were forthcoming. Lost in a Dream landed TWOD on many 'Best of' lists in 2014. Thinking of a Place (if only 11 minutes weren't longer) - In Chains (a slow burn). 6 people found this helpful.

Tracklist

Thinking Of A Place (Part 1) 5:08
Thinking Of A Place (Part 2) 6:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7567-86621-2 The War On Drugs Thinking Of A Place ‎(12", Single) Atlantic 7567-86621-2 Europe 2017
0-559457 The War On Drugs Thinking Of A Place ‎(12", Single) Atlantic 0-559457 USA, Canada & Europe 2017
none The War On Drugs Thinking Of A Place ‎(File, FLAC, Single) Atlantic none 2017


Comments: (8)
Yozshujinn
A splendid track for road movie. Balearic too. A summer hymn !
I love Mercedes
Warner still has stock. Plenty available, down with flippers!!!!!!
Jeronashe
Managed to get this on here for $15 after shipping. Lines in NYC for RSD were insane.
Kajishakar
I tried four different record stores and finally was able to pick this up. Awesome track and totally worth all of the trouble I went through to grab it. Seemed like everywhere was sold out within the first two hours of Record Store Day around me.
Justie
This song is great. LOL @ the prices some of these flippers are trying to get w/in hours of this being released. $100+ USD. Haha.
Beazerdred
In the last eighteen months the only thing we’ve heard from War On Drugs was their addition to the Day of the Dead compilation, with the song “Touch of Gray.” Now with rumors having swirled for entirely too long, finally the heavens have parted and we’ve been treated to their new intoxicating eleven minute epic “Thinking of a Place,” delivered on a vinyl formate of 5500 copies worldwide. The song is filled with gentle meandering fuzzed out guitar solos and a rich sonic layering that never rises above a whisper, yet this nearly ghostly musical vision sits with a patience that doesn’t so much unfold, more that it moves along with a sense of observation, one where Granduciel is ever present in that he’s now, though his music, a gentle breezy guiding hand, coming off like a silent best friend riding shotgun as the orange sun highlights the horizon, pointing out with a smile points of interest as the morning light begins to give the countryside definable shapes. With the song coming off as a hazy half remembered dream, sounding nearly impossible to have been captured, he’s managed to breath life into this vision, coaxing the song into life, like the nostalgic magic of instamatic film that slowly ebbs into reality.If we were able to glimmer a tenderness from the 2014 album Lost In The Dream, here we are able to see into the very heart and soul of a man who has now totally blurred the edges, and lays down a number that follows up his last outing in the only manner he possible. Each time I hear a War on Drugs song for the first time I don’t believe they can get any better, nevertheless they do, they continue to develop, to move forward, seeming never to be looking back, yet taking their time with each new outing to string together memories from the past, so that through his assembly of top notch musicians, Adam moves us into ever deeper and warmer waters, as if he’s been struggling all along to find that moment of his birth, if not his conception.Review by Jenell Kesler
Kesalard
Beautiful review. What a band, what a mind, what a sound.
Uickabrod
Absolutely top notch review and couldn't agree more with them getting better every time a new album/ song rolls around.