‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’ Deluxe Box Set from The War On Drugs to Include Two Unreleased Songs

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The War on Drugs is giving fans a special treat. A limited-edition deluxe box set has been announced by the band.

Featuring exclusive merch from their fifth LP, I Don’t Live Here Anymore (2021), frontman Adam Granduciel, along with guitar tech and art director Dominic East, unbox the set together.

The goods inside the set include the album on both 180-gram vinyl and cassette tape; a seven-inch record that contains previously-unreleased songs—”Oceans of Darkness” and “Slow Ghost”—that were cut from the original album; patches, booklets, and more.

“The whole thing came out really beautifully,” says Granduciel during the unveiling, “We’re really excited.”

I Don’t Live Here Anymore was released to critical acclaim and saw high placement on a number of end-of-2021 lists. The War on Drugs has gifted fans with their brand of indie rock meets psychedelic Americana since their 2008 debut, Wagonwheel Blues.

Photo by Shawn Brackbill

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