Philadelphia rockers The War On Drugs kicked off a three-night hometown holiday run, dubbed a “Drug-cember to Remember," Wednesday night (Dec. 19) where they welcomed a special guest and busted out a choice cover.
As Jambase reported, The War On Drugs returned to their cover of John Lennon’s “Mind Games” from the iconic musician’s 1973 album of the same name. As Jambase pointed out, the band had not played “Mind Games” since September 2014, a year that saw War On Drugs putting the Lennon classic on heavy rotation. You can watch The War On Drugs cover John Lennon’s “Mind Games” in the video above.
War On Drugs also welcomed actor and comedian Tim Heidecker of “Tim & Eric” fame. Heidecker provided some harmonica on War On Drugs’ “Arms Like Boulders" from their 2008 debut album Wagonwheel Blues. You can check out the entire show above which begins with the Heidecker sit-in.
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