"Last night at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the War on Drugs’ A Deeper Understanding won the award for Best Rock Album. When it was revealed that the band had picked up the win over Queens of the Stone Age, Metallica, Mastodon, and Nothing More, Adam Granduciel was still asleep. He woke up in Auckland, New Zealand to a text from his friend, producer Shawn Everett, informing him that he’d won. Granduciel hopped on the phone with Pitchfork tonight to discuss the win, his thoughts on how the Grammys shook out, and of course, how he feels about the Philadelphia Eagles making it to the Super Bowl."
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