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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