Four years ago one of Philadelphia’s emerging bands, The War on Drugs, played at our XPoNential Festival. Today they joined us again, on the River Stage along the water, with more bump for your umph. The crowd was roaring to go as Adam Granduciel sang his way into our hearts, with tunes such as the electrically vibrant “Come to Our City” and the classic rock-esque, “Brothers.” They ended the set with “Baby Missiles” and dedicated it to XPN’s Bruce Warren. You’ll find the setlist after the jump, and a slideshow above. And check back to hear the full performance audio.
Your Love Is Calling My Name
Come to the City
I was there
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