×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
Lost In The Dream by The War On Drugs

Album

Lost In The Dream

The War On Drugs

Play on Napster

Album

Lost In The Dream

The War On Drugs

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Secretly Canadian
On The War On Drugs' third full-length, their vision remains undiminished. As with their previous two, Lost in the Dream consists of swirling, churning "roots-tronica" that seeks common ground between Paisley Underground revivalism and Tunnel of Love-era Bruce Springsteen. Though chief songwriter and singer Adam Granduciel's natural predilection is towards the melancholic and ruminative, this set is particularly heavy on moody self-reflection. When on "Eyes to the Wind" he croaks somewhat cryptically, "just a bit run down here," one gets the feeling he's referring to something far larger.

About This Album

On The War On Drugs' third full-length, their vision remains undiminished. As with their previous two, Lost in the Dream consists of swirling, churning "roots-tronica" that seeks common ground between Paisley Underground revivalism and Tunnel of Love-era Bruce Springsteen. Though chief songwriter and singer Adam Granduciel's natural predilection is towards the melancholic and ruminative, this set is particularly heavy on moody self-reflection. When on "Eyes to the Wind" he croaks somewhat cryptically, "just a bit run down here," one gets the feeling he's referring to something far larger.

Songs

About This Album

On The War On Drugs' third full-length, their vision remains undiminished. As with their previous two, Lost in the Dream consists of swirling, churning "roots-tronica" that seeks common ground between Paisley Underground revivalism and Tunnel of Love-era Bruce Springsteen. Though chief songwriter and singer Adam Granduciel's natural predilection is towards the melancholic and ruminative, this set is particularly heavy on moody self-reflection. When on "Eyes to the Wind" he croaks somewhat cryptically, "just a bit run down here," one gets the feeling he's referring to something far larger.