By Philip Cosores

The War on Drugs are on a bit of a victory lap following the release of last year’s acclaimed Lost in the Dream album, with some of the biggest concerts of their still-growing career scheduled for the next few weeks, including their slot at Coachella where it is being rumored they will play the coveted sunset slot on the main stage.

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And, while the band has yet to breakthrough on some mainstream levels, they just received a pretty huge endorsement from David Cameron, British Prime Minister.

In an interview with Attitude (via NME), Cameron noted, “[My wife] Samantha got me listening to a new thing called The War On Drugs. I can recommend it. They’re a band. You can find them on Spotify or iTunes. Anyway, they’re good!”

And, if you are keeping track at home, that was actually a triple endorsement, with iTunes and Spotify also getting shout-outs. Good to know that Cameron is taking advantage of both music buying and streaming options.

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