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London Grammar are an English trip hop band from London, featuring singer Hannah Reid, guitarist Dan Rothman, and keyboard player and drummer Dot Major.
Formed in 2009, the band signed to Ministry of Sound in 2012, and released their debut EP, ‘Metal & Dust’, in 2013, which was followed by ‘If You Wait’, later in the year, which hit #2 in the UK Albums Chart. The band are expected to release their second album, ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’, on June 9, 2017.
London Grammar head out on a UK and Ireland tour in October in support of ’Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’, following their tour of Australia, and before heading across Europe. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Best gig of theirs Ive ever been too. Her voice is stunning!! One of the best out there!! Ive since bought the album and I cant wait to see them again - she sounded better live than she does on the record and there are not many acts out there who can boast that. They really looked like they were enjoying themselves on stage too, which is great considering the amount of bands who arrive on stage and stare at their shoes for the next 90mins. Go see them if you get chance!
Destined for huge things I think, huge potential. Hannah's voice is the best I've heard from a live act in a long while. The band had seemed to have a lot of confidence considering they are quite new to scene but I assume that comes from a lot of time spent touring. Top band and I would definitely recommend and would even go and see them again â€“ Ive already booked tickets to see them early next year!
For once its nice to see a band that actually look like they want to be on stage! London Grammar were excellent and their lead singer sounds like angel, incredible voice, although I would liked to hear her sing without any added mic effects.
Great visuals and the venue was perfect for the gig. They had so much confidence on stage despite being relatively new to the scene. Would definitely recommend and would even go and see them again.
In retrospect it’s unsurprising that the pop trio London Grammar made such waves with their 2013 debut album. After a period in which you couldn’t move without hearing a new noisy house or dubstep artist, minimalism suddenly became appealing again.