London Grammar - Critically Acclaimed UK Electronic Trio
Off the back of a debut album that reached number two
in the charts and a critically acclaimed performance at Glastonbury, this rising UK trio are on the up and up. With a brand
of understated, ballad-heavy electronic pop reminiscent of genre-defining artists including Bat For Lashes, James Blake and
The xx, you'll want to make sure you catch their transfixing live show in person - snap up your London Grammar tickets from
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Grammar - 2014 and Beyond Spells Success
Having met as students at the University of Nottingham in 2009, London Grammar
(made up of vocalist Hannah Reid, guitarist Dan Rothman and multi-instrumentalist Dot Major) developed an underground following,
with their early shows now something of legend across the city. Their talents were plain to see; delicate compositions, soaring
vocals and underplayed electronic-tendencies, all of which were evident in their Ministry of Sound released EP Metal &
Dust. However, it would be through a collaboration that they'd really grab the attention of the mainstream, featuring
on arguably the standout track from Disclosure's massive album Settle, 'Help Me Lose My Mind'.
In September 2013
they unleashed their stylish debut album and one of the year's top releases, If You Wait. Peaking at number two in
the UK Album charts, the release helped cement the trio as one of the nation's favourite musical acts and with a convincing
Glastonbury performance under their belts, they're about to be propelled into the music stratosphere. One thing's for sure,
if you wait you might just miss out on the chance to watch them perform live at a venue near you, so make sure it doesn't
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