|Birth name||Adam Granofsky|
|Born||February 15, 1979|
Dover, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Genres||Indie rock, heartland rock, Americana, shoegazing, neo-psychedelia, pop rock|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano, bass guitar, harmonica keyboard, synthesizer|
|Labels||Secretly Canadian, Matador|
|Associated acts||The War on Drugs, Kurt Vile|
Adam Granofsky (born February 15, 1979), better known under his stage name Adam Granduciel, is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. He is the frontman and primary songwriter of the indie rock band The War on Drugs, with whom he has recorded five studio albums, and a former member of Kurt Vile's backing band The Violators.
He attended the Roxbury Latin School of West Roxbury. A French-language pun by a teacher there inspired his stage name. He is a graduate of Dickinson College, where he studied painting and photography.
Granduciel has been in a relationship with actress Krysten Ritter since August 2014. In February 2019, Ritter revealed that she and Granduciel were expecting their first child. Their son, Bruce Julian Knight Granofsky, was born on July 29, 2019.
The War on Drugs
- Wagonwheel Blues (2008)
- Slave Ambient (2011)
- Lost in the Dream (2014)
- A Deeper Understanding (2017)
- I Don't Live Here Anymore (2021)
- Constant Hitmaker (2008)
- God Is Saying This to You... (2009)
- Childish Prodigy (2009)
- Smoke Ring for My Halo (2011)
The Capitol Years
- Dance Away the Terror (2006)
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