London Grammar

London Grammar



London Grammar are an English indie pop band from Nottingham, formed in 2012. The band consists of Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic 'Dot' Major.[5][6] Their debut extended play, Metal & Dust, was released in February 2013 by Metal & Dust Recordings,[7] while their debut album, If You Wait, was released in September 2013. The album reached number two on the UK Albums Chart and was certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). The band's second studio album, Truth Is a Beautiful Thing, was released in June 2017, peaking at number one on the UK Albums Chart.



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Hell to the Liars
Hell To The Liars is a song by musical group London Grammar, released on November 10, 2017.
Non Believer
Non Believer is a song by musical group London Grammar, released on August 18, 2017.
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Truth Is a Beautiful Thing
Truth Is a Beautiful Thing is the second studio album by English indie pop trio London Grammar.
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Hell To The Liars
Hell To The Liars is a song by musical group London Grammar, released on June 5, 2017.

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London Grammar on second-album nerves and learning their limits
  –  August 17, 2017
London Grammar released their debut album If You Wait - a sublimely intricate cocktail of trip-hop, electronica and pop that infiltrated Spotify playlists across the world, spawning an abundance of club remixes that kept the British trio's songs on high ...
London Grammar
  –  November 9, 2017
The three members of London Grammar, fresh off a flight from Australia and only hours before playing a sold-out New York show, make time to stop by music writer Jacob Brown’s apartment to record and film a special live version of their song ...
When will London Grammar fulfil their potential? – Brixton Academy, review
  –  October 31, 2017
If the xx's métier is supposedly music to have sex to, then fellow minimalists London Grammar's crepuscular soundscapes, which mix melancholic vocals with glacial atmospherics, are there to help you nod off afterwards. As a formula, it's proved ...
London Grammar brings their cinematic sound to Usher Hall
  –  October 30, 2017
The venue is an appropriately impressive setting for the music of London Grammar; unassuming and unimposing in its grandeur but spectacularly beautiful nevertheless. Anticipation builds as 9 o’clock creeps around and the crowd, relatively merry for a ...
London Grammar celebrate their gold-certified album with a new video for ‘Non Believer’
  –  September 4, 2017
The track is the latest single to be given the music video treatment from the trio ... of paranoia all throughout the film”. Watch the video for ‘Non Believer’ below. London Grammar, recent NME cover stars, recently shared how the touring life ...

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