Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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The War on Drugs on Jimmy Fallon

In a double dose of Philadelphia-ness on last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Fishtown's own The War On Drugs made their television debut, playing "Baby Missiles" from last year's excellent Slave Ambient, with an assist from ?uestlove of The Roots playing second drummer to TWOD's Steven Urgo. Watch that below, and below that, stream the previously unreleased track "Don't Fear The Ghost." For added value check out ?uesto and Tin Fey settling a beef after staring each other down over a hoagie here. And head on over to the In The Mix Live page on philly.com to check out The War On Drugs when the Adam Granduciel-led band came to Range Recording studio in Ardmore to sit for an interview and perform "Baby Missiles" plus two other songs.

The War on Drugs on Jimmy Fallon

In a double dose of Philadelphia-ness on last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Fishtown's own The War On Drugs made their television debut, playing "Baby Missiles" from last year's excellent Slave Ambient, with an assist from ?uestlove of The Roots playing second drummer to TWOD's Steven Urgo. Watch that below, and below that, stream the previously unreleased track "Don't Fear The Ghost." For added value check out ?uesto and Tin Fey settling a beef after staring each other down over a hoagie here. And head on over to the In The Mix Live page on philly.com to check out The War On Drugs when the Adam Granduciel-led band came to Range Recording studio in Ardmore to sit for an interview and perform "Baby Missiles" plus two other songs.

Previously: Jay-Z's "Glory" featuring Blue Ivy Carter Follow In The Mix on Twitter   

Dan DeLuca Inquirer Music Critic
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