The War on Drugs is the new big confirmation of NOS Alive’21. The band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will perform on July 8 on the NOS Stage, joining already confirmed Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alt-J, The Lumineers, Nothing But Thieves and Steve Seasick.
The band released their debut album Wagonwheel Blues in 2008, followed in 2011 by their second album of originals, “Slave Ambient”, a work that was quickly welcomed by critics and fans, having been considered one of the albums of the year.
In 2014 comes “Lost in the Dream”, one of the band’s most acclaimed albums and three years later, in 2017, the last album released, “A Deeper Understanding”, reaches the general public taking home a Grammy as the “Best Rock Album”.
Currently composed of Adam Granduciel (voice and guitar), David Hartley (bass and guitar), Robbie Bennett (keyboards), Charlie Hall (drums), Jon Natchez (Saxaphone and keyboards) and Anthony LaMarcar (guitar), War On Drugs promise to surprise audiences Portuguese with a memorable show.
Another confirmation to complete the festival poster is Haim. The band of the three sisters from Los Angeles will present the new album “Women Music PT III” released in June 2020, on July 10, on the NOS Stage.
The 14th Edition of NOS Alive is back on July 07, 08, 09 and 10, 2021, at the Promenade of Algés, with a poster that gradually continues to give letters in the panorama of the Summer Festivals next year.
Confirmed Artists: Alec Benjamin, Alt-j, Angel Olsen, Black Pumas, Caribou, Da Weasel, Faith No More, Fontaines D.C., Haim, Hobo Johnson and The Lovemakers, La Roux, Manel Cruz, Nothing But Thieves, Parcels, Parov Stelar, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Steve Seasick, Sea Girls, The Lumineers, The Strokes, The War on Drugs, Tom Misch, Two Door Cinema Club and much more to confirm.