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Multi-instrumentalist, producer, composer, and songwriter, Charlie Hall, will release his debut solo album, Invisible Ink, on May 12th via El Triángulo Records. The nine-song LP explores lush, entrancing, and hypnotic cinematic soundscapes that feature performances from artists and friends from all over the globe. The title of each song evokes a physical place that inspired its composition. Invisible Ink was written by Hall, produced together with Quinn Lamont Luke, and is one of the inaugural releases on Luke’s El Triángulo imprint.

Catbird Music Festival has shared the star-studded lineup for this year’s inaugural edition of the new two-day camping festival, taking place August 19-20 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY, marking the first camping and music event on the historic field since the original 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair.

Fresh off the Eagles win against league rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, and an undefeated season, Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, Jordan Mailata, Connor Barwin and Charlie Hall (The War on Drugs) announce A Philly Special Christmas due out on December 23rd on Vera Y Records. Recorded at Rittenhouse Soundworks, Silent Partners, and Elm St studio, proceeds from the album will be donated to the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center in Philadelphia.

Sound Summit, a musical gathering like no other, announces the return of the daylong festival set on the slopes of Mt. Tam on Saturday, October 22. Featuring a day of great music amidst the Bay Area’s favorite season, Sound Summit’s lineup includes The New Yorker-named “best American rock band of this decade,” The War On Drugs; critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Faye Webster;  beloved indie folk-rockers Fruit Bats; and soulful local ensemble Wreckless Strangers.

Friday morning at Bonnaroo 2022 dawned hot and steamy like the preceding days. Many hardcore music fans were just getting ready to fall asleep in the muggy conditions. Then in mid-morning, clouds began to darken the sky, and the threat of thunderstorms shut down Centeroo for several hours. The blustery storm dropped a short downpour before quickly departing, and temperatures at the festival finally began to cool into more moderate summertime conditions.

Climate Control Projects announces the addition of The War On Drugs to The Big Climate Thing. The band will headline the climate action concert’s Saturday, September 17th lineup rounding out a diverse 3-day bill of climate-concerned music makers - a list that includes Khruangbin, The Roots, The Flaming Lips, Gary Clark Jr., HAIM, Sheryl Crow, Guster, Antibalas, Courtney Barnett, Sunflower Bean, and The Weather Station, among others. The Big Climate Thing takes place on September 16-18, 2022 at Forest Hills Stadium.

WXPN, the non-commercial, member-supported radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced that it will present its annual three-day XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru from Friday, September 16 through Sunday, September 18, 2022 at two adjacent outdoor venues on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront.

To trace the lineage of numerous popular American genres, one only has to turn to the musical history of Chicago and absorb the city’s legacy as a cultural hub of jazz, blues, and rock n’ roll. Now, in honor of The Windy City’s rich background for diverse artistic innovation comes a first-of-its-kind music festival: SACRED ROSE.

The War on Drugs announce a slew of new shows in support of I Don’t Live Here Anymore, released last year on Atlantic Records and widely considered to be one of the best and “most complete rock albums of the year” (Billboard). The new dates extend the recently announced spring leg throughout the southeast and include a month of fall shows taking them to cities not yet played in support of I Don’t Live Here Anymore.

In dreams the lake whispered, in waking the lake called out psychically - but then also on the phone. Desert Daze is returning to Lake Perris, CA for a weekend of concerts from November 12 - 14, 2021. Headlining this year’s event is The War on Drugs performing their only 2021 show, Kamasi Washington, Toro y Moi and Japanese Breakfast.

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