It's hard to believe that our second studio album is finally out. The three of us have put our hearts and soul into "Truth Is A Beautiful Thing", with the intention of making an album for the fans who invested so much in us the past four years. Now we get the chance to perform this new music live, and we can't wait to see you all soon.
London Grammar are an English indie pop band formed in Nottingham in 2009. The band consists of Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic 'Dot' Major. Their debut extended play, Metal & Dust, was released in February 2013 by Metal & Dust Recordings, 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).
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London Grammar is an indie-pop trio made up of Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman, and Dot Major. Described as a group made in a post ‘The xx’ era, London Grammar defies and transcends any comparisons. The group formed in 2009 at Nottingham University where they were attending, with Rothman studying Economics, Reid wanting to be a psychoanalyst, and Major working on his English (Dot) major. Proceeding to work with Ministry of Sound on their first full studio album, the trio spent the majority of 2013 in the studio. If You Wait was released in September of that year. Drawing from her studies in university, Reid said of the lyrics
Listen to music from London Grammar like Wasting My Young Years, Strong & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from London Grammar. They later added t Dot Major to complete the London Grammar line-up. Their popularity rose with the 2012 release of "Hey Now" which they uploaded to the internet and instantly found an online cult following.
Four years ago, London Grammar’s ascent was halted by stage fright, exhaustion and booze. With the release of their second album, Hannah J Davies meets the trio in Paris to talk about doing things differently. Following two hit singles (Strong, Wasting My Young Years) and an appearance on Disclosure’s Help Me Lose My Mind, the album – If You Wait – shot to No 1. It announced the former Nottingham University contemporaries as one of the most exciting new acts in the country, earning them sold-out Brixton Academy shows and an Ivor Novello award.