London Grammar - The New Breed of Electronica-Pop
Having blazed a trail through the charts and festivals of 2013,
this genre-mashing trio from London are at the very forefront of the British music scene. Blending ambient, hip-hop, classical
and electronic influences, their sound is almost indefinable, but always connected with huge pop tunes that have earned them
huge success. Their debut album If You Wait has proved a smash hit but it is live on stage where they excel, building
up captivating performances as they fire out hits including 'Wasting my Young Years' and 'Strong'.
This band are sure
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London Grammar Biography - Genre-Mashing Culture Vultures
many great bands, the formation of this trio began as a happy accident - singer Hannah Reid was contacted by Dan Rothman via
Facebook, with the former asking if she'd care to collaborate with him as they were both living in Nottingham, where the Londoners
were studying. Joined by local keyboard player and drummer Dot Major, the band was born. While their university courses were
completed, they knew what they were creating musically was special so moved to London to pursue it. Their unique meld of classical,
ambient and hip hop proved a hit on the underground circuit and they bagged a deal with Ministry of Sound.
an air of mystery by not posting band pictures online, with their song 'Hey Now' proving a smash YouTube hit. Releasing an
EP, Metal &; Dust in 2013 helped garner momentum as did a guest spot on Disclosure's debut album before their breakthrough
'Strong' and subsequent hit album 'If You Wait'.
But things are just getting started for this band, despite their success
so far. Be part of the journey - get London Grammar tickets through StubHub UK, assured under our industry-first FanProtect Guarantee.
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