The War on Drugs performed at The Anthem in Washington, D.C., last night, in support of their 2021 LP, I Don’t Live Here Anymore. The evening featured a bust out cover of Bob Dylan’s “Born in Time,” which the band last played in 2015.
The show kicked off with “Old Skin” from their latest album and continued with “Pain” off 2017’s A Deeper Understanding. The set continued with “A Ocean in Between The Waves,” “I Don’t Wanna Wait” and “Victim.”
The 15-song set continued with “Strangest Thing,” and “Harmonia’s Dream.” Next, The War on Drugs performed their seminal single off their third studio album “Red Eyes,” followed by “Brothers,” and 2011’s “Come to the City.”
The War on Drugs continued by playing a set of songs off I Don’t Live Here Anymore, including “Living Proof,” and the title track, “I Don’t Live Here Anymore.” The set wrapped with two songs off 2014’s Lost in a Dream, including “Under the Pressure” and “Eyes to the Wind.”
For their encore, The War on Drugs opened with a bust out cover of Bob Dylan’s “Born in Time,” followed by 2017’s “Thinking of a Place” and “In Chains.”
The War on Drugs will continue their tour tomorrow night at Kemba Live! in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets are available and can be purchased here.
The War on Drugs
The Anthem – Washington, D.C.
Feb. 2, 2022
Set: Old Skin, Pain, An Ocean in Between the Waves, I Don’t Wanna Wait, Victim, Strangest Thing, Harmonia’s Dream, Red Eyes, Brothers, Come to the City, Living Proof, I Don’t Live Here Anymore, Under the Pressure, Eyes to the Wind
Enc.: Born in Time, Thinking of a Place, In Chains