Tag Archives: London Grammar

New Music // London Grammar – Sights (Until The Ribbon Breaks reimagining)

12 Aug

Until The Ribbon Breaks is the moniker for Pete Lawrie Winfield, a UK producer who’s achingly beautiful and bleak tracks, both original and reimaginings, are a must listen. Here he takes London Grammar’s Sights and makes it his own, to absolutely stunning effect.

“I wanted to imagine how the lyric ‘What are you afraid of?’ could be interpreted and reset musically. I thought of it as a question to a child.” ~Pete Lawrie Winfield

 

 

New Music // London Grammar – Strong

2 Jul

London Grammar are continuing their impressive run of singles, which includes Hey Now, Metal & Dust, and Wasting My Young Years, with the new track Strong.

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New Music // Disclosure – Help Me Lose My Mind ft. London Grammar

6 Jun

The young newcomers Disclosure just released their debut LP and one of the standout tracks is their collaboration with London Grammar on Help Me Lose My Mind. When listening to the rest of the album you can definitely hear LG’s influence all over this gorgeous slow burner.

New Music // London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years

17 Apr

London Grammar are back with yet another soulful and brooding slow builder, their third achingly beautiful track so far. Their first was Hey Now, followed by Metal and Dust, and now Wasting My Young Years. If they keep up this momentum their debut album is going to drop massive.

New Music // London Grammar – Metal & Dust

14 Feb

London Grammar are back with another beautiful track, Metal & Dust. A quiet intro leads into a bustling midsection before exploding into a stunning fireworks ending with an absolutely shimmering vocal cascade. Along with Chvrches, London Grammar are shaping up to be one of the most exciting new bands in 2013.