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London Grammar – Rooting For You

A bit of history of London Grammar

With the new year, London Grammar, a music trio formed by Hannah Reid, Daniel Rothman and Dominic (Dot) Major. Their debut was back in february 2013 with the EP ‘Metal & Dust’. They released their album ‘If You Wait’ in September 2013 and two music videos were released in 2014. After that it was a bit quiet for the past two years. But now, at the start of 2017 they have released a new song and a new music video! The second video they have uploaded with the YouTube London Grammar Vevo account.

The video

In the first part Hannah sings just a capella, but halfway she is accompanied by a strings ensemble and a piano, directed by a conductor.

Hannah has a beautiful voice that reminds a bit of several artists. It sounds like a mix of all of them. Such as: Anouk Teeuwe (Dutch artist), Lisa Gerrard, the Celtic Woman group. Lovely mixture and I had never heard of this British group before.

London Grammar – Rooting For You

133,880 views | 4K175 | LondonGrammarVEVO | Published on 31 Dec 2016 | SUBSCRIBE 3K
Official live video for the new track “Rooting For You” by London Grammar. DOWNLOAD/STREAM the single here: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/RFYiTunes Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/RFYAppleMusic Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RFYSpotify SUBSCRIBE for more videos from London Grammar: http://bit.ly/LG-SUBSCRIBE – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – CONNECT with London Grammar: http://londongrammar.com http://facebook.com/londongrammar http://twitter.com/londongrammar http://instagram.com/londongrammar http://soundcloud.com/londongrammar

Enjoy watching and listening to it!

Greetings by Sophie

 

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