London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years

London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years

London Grammar are one of the hottest new acts coming from London. The three-piece band is closely followed by many music lovers in the UK and Europe.
Even the Guardian website had an article on them recently and Zane Low named them the Hottest Record in the World on Valentine’s Day this year.
London Grammar sound like the lovechild of Faithless, Massive Attack with a taste of Florence + The Machine.

Below you can listen to their latest track Wasting My Young Years.

You can catch London Grammar at the Islington Assembly Hall on May 15th.

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