Future Weather

Future Weather is an EP by American indie rock band The War on Drugs, released on October 26, 2010 on Secretly Canadian. Released on both twelve-inch vinyl and as a digital download, the EP precedes the band's second studio album, Slave Ambient, which feature tracks from this release in a re-recorded state.

Future Weather
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EP by
ReleasedOctober 26, 2010
GenreIndie rock, shoegazing
LabelSecretly Canadian
ProducerAdam Granduciel
The War on Drugs chronology
Wagonwheel Blues
(2008)
Future Weather
(2010)
Slave Ambient
(2011)

In early 2011, former member Kurt Vile praised the track, "Brothers", stating, "Adam Granduciel's one of my best friends, so it strikes a chord."[1]

Track listingEdit

All songs written by Adam Granduciel.

  1. "Come to the City #14"
  2. "Baby Missiles"
  3. "Comin' Through"
  4. "A Pile of Tires"
  5. "Comin' Around"
  6. "Brothers"
  7. "Missiles Reprise"
  8. "The History of Plastic"

PersonnelEdit

The War on DrugsEdit

  • Adam Granduciel - vocals, harmonica, acoustic and electric guitars, cassettes, synthesizers
  • Dave Hartley - bass guitar, autoharp (2), Stratocaster (2), traps (6)
  • Mike Zanghi - drums, percussion, Roland MC-202, bells, bowls, bi-phase treatments

Recording personnelEdit

  • Adam Granduciel - recording, mixing
  • Jeff Zeigler - recording
  • John Congleton - recording
  • Brian McTear - mixing (2 & 3)
  • Johnny Low - mixing (2 & 3)
  • Paul Gold - mastering

ArtworkEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Grisham, Tyler. "Guest Lists: Kurt Vile | Pitchfork". pitchfork.com. Retrieved 11 August 2012.