London Grammar Biography
Following in the footsteps of fellow British trio The xx, London Grammar became the darlings of the
contemporary chillout scene with an atmospheric wave of hushed guitars, sparse electronic beats
and beautifully melancholic melodies. Formed at Nottingham University in 2009, vocalist Hannah
Reid, guitarist Dan Rothman and keyboardist Dominic ‘Dot’ Major first released London Grammar
tickets for shows at bars and clubs located near their student halls of residence. After completing
their studies in 2011, the group ventured into the studio with several producers who first found
fame on the 90s dance scene, including Sneaker Pimps’ Liam Howe, Faithless’ Rollo Armstrong and
Dreadzone’s Tim Bran. Despite their rather relaxed approach to promotion (only a single black and
white photo of the group was initially made available to the press), the demand for London
Grammar tickets grew considerably in 2012 when the track “Hey Now” received 400,000 plays on
Soundcloud, while in 2013, their Metal and Dust E.P. received support from Radio 1 tastemaker Zane
Lowe. After supporting BRITs Critics Choice winner Tom Odell on his UK tour, the group sold out
London Grammar tickets for their first major headline show at London’s Electrowerkz, scored a Top
40 hit in their homeland with “Wasting My Young Years,” and collaborated with Disclosure on the
deep house’s duo Grammy-nominated album, Settle (“Help Me Lose My Mind”). Fans wanting
London Grammar tickets then got the chance to see the three-piece in action when they appeared at
ten different summer festivals to support their full-length debut album, If You Wait. Home to the
Ivor Novello Award-winner “Strong,” a cover version of Kavinsky’s “Nightcall” and the singles, “Metal
& Dust,” “Sights” and the title track, the record increased the demand for London Grammar tickets
when it peaked at No.2 in the UK charts. After selling out London Grammar tickets for their first
national tour, the band also began to make progress on the other side of the Atlantic with a US TV
debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Sales of London Grammar tickets also rose thanks to the use
of their music on a Christian Dior fragrance advert starring Charlize Theron and a commercial for the
Sony Xperia Z3. While recording their sophomore, the band released London Grammar tickets for a
2015 tour across North America and Australia.
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