- London Grammar Premieres New Song “Oh Woman Oh Man” on BBC Radio 1
- London-based pop trio London Grammar has released a new song "Oh Woman Oh Man" from their upcoming sophomore album "Truth Is a Beautiful Thing". The song received its first play during BBC Radio 1 on April 20.
From the album, they has already released three singles like "Rooting for You", "Big Picture" and title track "Truth Is a Beautiful Thing". They performed "Big Picture" on The Late Late Show with James Corden in March.
The new album features 11-track and Deluxe edition adds 7-track. The album is due out on June 9th, and is available pre-order on their website.
London Grammar was formed in 2012, consisting of Hannah Reid (vocals), Dan Rothman (guitari) and Dominic 'Dot' Major (keyboard, djembe, drums).
The band released the third single "Strong" in 2013, which reached No. 16 on the UK Singles Chart. Afterward, the debut album "If You Wait" was released in the same year. The debut album reached number 1 on the UK Indie Album Chart and number 2 on the UK Album Chart. They won "Independent Breakthrough of The Year" and "PPL Award For Most Played New Independent Act" at the AIM Independent Music Awards.
In January 2017, the group shared the first single "Rooting For You" from the second album.
They will perform live to promote the new album. The concert launches at The American Cathedral in Paris, France on April 26.
After that, they appeare on some big festivals including Heartland Festival 2017, Parklife 2017, Festival Garorock #21 and more.
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- source : London Grammar