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LONDON GRAMMAR GIVE FANS ANOTHER TASTE OF UPCOMING RECORD WITH 'HOW DOES IT FEEL'


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London Grammar have unveiled another taste of their forthcoming record, Californian Soil, sharing their new single, How Does It Feel. Co-produced by Brit award winning writer and producer Steve Mac, the track sees the three-piece enter more of a pop realm, with front woman Hannah Reid's mesmerising vocals taking centre stage.


Speaking of the track, front woman Hannah Reid shares: “I’ve always loved pop music. Some of my favourite writers and singers are female, many who are younger than me but who are absolutely smashing the pop world with amazing songs. This song started off as an experiment and ended up being one of my favourites on the record. Along with our alternative side, this creates a light and shade on our album that I’ve always wanted to achieve.”


Due to be released this April, Californian Soil features the previously released singles Baby It's You and Lose Your Head. The record is set to be a powerful exploration of femininity, with Reid bringing a new sense of clarity of purpose to the collection of songs.



London Grammar's debut double platinum selling record If You Wait garnered worldwide acclaim upon its release in 2013, which was followed by their #1 record Truth Is A Beautiful Thing in 2017. To date the band have sold three million records and one million tickets globally, whilst their music has been streamed one billion times. Having garnered numerous BRIT nominations and awarded a prestigious Ivor Novello, the group remain rooted as one of the most exceptional and successful artists of a generation.


Due to be released this April, Californian Soil features the previously released singles Baby It's You and Lose Your Head. The record is set to be a powerful exploration of femininity, with Reid bringing a new sense of clarity of purpose to the collection of songs.


Californian Soil is out April 16. Listen to How Does It Feel below.