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Watch London Grammar’s piano-led cover of Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Espresso’

London Grammar have performed a moving, piano-led cover of Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Espresso’. Check it out below.The indie pop trio – comprised of Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic “Dot” Major – broke out the rendition of the summer pop anthem while appearing on the BBC Radio 1 Piano Sessions yesterday (July 7).While on the show, hosted by Sian Eleri, the band spoke about their upcoming LP ‘The Greatest Love’, which is set for release on September 13 and will mark their fourth studio album.“I think album number four draws on the themes I always write about, love, relationships, losing versions of yourself,” Reid explained during the interview.
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London Grammar announce new album ‘The Greatest Love’ with hypnotic lead single ‘House’
London Grammar have shared details of a new album titled ‘The Greatest Love’ – check out the enchanting lead single ‘House’ below.Announced today (April 5), the new release will mark the fourth studio album to be shared by the British trio, and the follow-up to the critically acclaimed ‘Californian Soil’, which arrived back in 2021 and earned the band their second BRIT nomination.Set for release in September via Ministry of Sound, the album comes over a decade since the group – comprising Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman – first entered the industry, and “will see them celebrate a new chapter as they leave their past behind them and hone in on a newfound sense of freedom” according to a press release.News of the new LP also arrives with the first preview of the trio’s new material, as they share the lead single ‘House’.Arriving with a dizzying music video showing all aspects of human emotion, the track starts with frontwoman Reid delivering the uncompromising lyric: “This is my place, my house, my rules” – a powerful line which returns in the hypnotic chorus.“‘House’ is about drawing boundaries around yourself,” said the vocalist about the inspiration behind the new single. “When I hit my thirties, my mindset shifted, and I no longer felt like a victim of anything – it all felt within my power.
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London Grammar’s Dot Major on launching his “liberating” solo career
London Grammar‘s Dot Major has spoken to NME about launching his solo career, as well as teaming up with Alex Metric for their new collaboration ‘See This Through’.The musician and electronic producer first announced his new solo venture back in January before launching with the “twisted” debut solo single ‘Bear‘ and penning the massive song ‘Hideaway’ for NME’s recent C23 mixtape.Having always “done things on the side” as a member of the Nottingham-formed trio – completed by singer Hannah Reid and guitarist Dan Rothman – Major told NME that the music he was making on his own “felt quite aimless for a little while”.Although he released a few remixes around the time of the trio’s debut album ‘If You Wait’, Dot revealed that “it got a little bit lost during the second record” ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing‘.“I was always doing stuff – like with radio mixes, I would do them as full club mixes – so I always had my foot in the door,” he continued.However, it was performing at London’s Printworks in 2021 supporting friend SG Lewis (who he had collaborated with in 2018 on the song ‘Release’) that helped Dot to realise what he wanted to achieve with his solo music.“It was a watershed moment for me,” said Dot, who added that the idea first came about when the pair were at Dot’s house party. “We were wasted really late at night and I was playing him a beat that I had made on a Swedish drum machine.“He was like, ‘Dude, you’ve got to do this at 1am at Printworks before 2manydjs’.
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