British three-piece London Grammar return with perhaps their most striking single to date, ‘Wasting My Young Years’.
Cinematic in scope, while simultaneously intimate, ‘Wasting My Young Years’ is the first taste of the London Grammar’s forthcoming debut album. It follows breakthrough debut single ‘Hey Now’ - a track that earned in excess of 1.1 million plays online.
Executed with unbridled passion and emotion, Hannah Reid’s haunting vocal leads way for a powerful chorus and building crescendo; supported by escalating drums, guitars and piano. The track is partnered by an equally stunning video; shot to a single strip of 35mm film, using 625 pinhole cameras.
Following the success of debut EP Metal & Dust, the quiet buzz surrounding London Grammar has accelerated into more of a subtle roar; with the band joining The xx’s self-curated Night + Day Festival in London and also snagging a spot on Disclosure’s new album, featuring on track ‘Help Me Lose My Mind’.
After being holed up in the studio for the better part of last year, London Grammar – also consisting of Dot Major and Dan Rothman – set their sights on the glorious reveal, with their debut album set for release later this year.
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