The War On Drugs Sign With Silva Artist Management, Joining Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails and St. Vincent

The War On Drugs has signed with John Silva’s Silva Artist Management, Variety has learned. Until this spring, the Philadelphia-reared rock act had been represented for more than a decade by Fort William Artist Management co-founder Ami Spishock.

After two EPs and three studio albums on Secretly Canadian, including the 2014 breakthrough “Lost in the Dream,” the Drugs jumped to Steve Ralbovsky’s Canvasback/Atlantic, which released 2017’s Grammy-winning “A Deeper Understanding” and last year’s “I Don’t Live Here Anymore.” Those albums spawned two No. 1 hits on Billboard’s adult alternative airplay radio chart (“Pain” and “I Don’t Live Here Anymore” featuring Lucius) and another that reached No. 3 (“Holding On”).

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