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  • London Grammar Performs “Into Gold” & Cover of Sabrina Carpenter's “Espresso” on BBC Radio 1's Piano Session

  • British indie pop band London Grammar, consisting of Hannah Reid (vocals), Dominic 'Dot' Major (keyboard) and Dan Rothman (guitar), appeared on BBC Radio 1's Piano Session to perform their latest song “Into Gold” and a cover of American singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter's “Espresso”.

    The original version of “Espresso” was released by Sabrina Carpenter from her upcoming sixth studio album “Short n' Sweet” back in April.

    The band lead singer Hannah Reid told Sian Eleri of BBC Radio 1 about “Espresso”, “I love like her music videos and just like her whole vibe is just really it's kind of like some of the pop music that I grew up with. I guess. So it was really fun.”
  • She continued, “[favorite line of the song] Definitely, 'I'm working late 'cause I'm a singer' was just something about that we were speaking about earlier. It's just like this really direct beautiful line is just so catchy. It's especially here where it's literally like in my head in the middle of the night when I wake up.”

    She added, “I think I kind of tried not to I think I kind of tried to lean in more into Sabrina as well. Actually vocally. And then obviously with Dot piano playing it just kind of immediately becomes more London Grammar, but I kind of, I was really fun for me actually to lean into somebody else's world a bit more.”

  • “Into Gold” was released from their upcoming fourth studio album “The Greatest Love” last month.
    The track was written by Daniel Rothman, Dominic Major, and Hannah Reid, produced by London Grammar.

    Hannah Reid said of the song, “I think album number four I think draws on all the very similar themes. I think I always write about like love relationships, I think losing versions of yourself, but I think I do it in a more like celebratory, upfront way, which is kind of nice. Like there is some really like, there are moments on this album where like we've really, really gone for it and we're like this song just is, it's like big and colorful. And so I think lyrically that's a bit more direct, which is kind of fun.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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