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May 09, 2022

In his twilight, late Los Angeles singer/songwriter Warren Zevon had come to grips with many of the demons which had plagued him throughout much of his nearly 40-year career. A very public battle with addiction, a notorious reputation for being difficult and unpredictable, and frequent commercial failure in the aftermath of his 1978-released breakthrough album Excitable Boy ultimately reduced the artist to a cult act, performing in the shadows of his better-known friends and advocates Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, and Eagles. More

Nov 05, 2018

If you’re like me the last couple years have been… challenging. Public discourse is toxic and even the people on your side of the aisle are annoying the shit out of you. There are too many damn Nazis. Every other news story is about sexual assault. More

Listen: The War on Drugs - “Accidentally Like a Martyr” (Warren Zevon Cover)

A Deeper Understanding Due Out August 25 via Atlantic

Aug 09, 2017

The War on Drugs are releasing a new album, A Deeper Understanding, on August 25 via Atlantic, their first for the label (previously they were on Secretly Canadian). Now the band has shared a cover of Warren Zevon’s 1979 song “Accidentally Like a Martyr,” recorded for a Spotify session. More