The War On Drugs Perform ‘Living Proof’ On ‘Colbert’

Watch the band reunite for the first time in almost two years for a take on the lead single from their upcoming 'I Don't Live Here Anymore' LP.

By Scott Bernstein Sep 8, 2021 10:07 am PDT

The War On Drugs helped kick off the new season of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. The band delivered a remote “Living Proof” performance to end last night’s episode.

“Living Proof” is the lead single from The War On Drugs’ forthcoming I Don't Live Here Anymore album which arrives via Atlantic Records on October 29. The 10-track LP was recorded over three years during more than a dozen sessions held at various studios, including Electric Lady in New York City and Sound City in Los Angeles.

Bandleader Adam Granduciel recently reunited with bandmates Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, Dave Hartley, Anthony LaMarca and Jon Natchez for the first time in over two years to film the “Living Proof” performance at Los Angeles’ Boulevard Recording Studio.

Watch The War On Drugs’ “Living Proof” from last night’s Colbert:

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