London Grammar | London Grammar will explore ‘deep and philosophical questions’ on their fourth album


London Grammar explores “a lot of deep and philosophical questions” on their upcoming album.

The “Strong” hitmakers — consisting of Hannah Reid, Dominic “Dot” Major and Dan Rothman — are currently working on the follow-up to 2021’s “Californian Soul,” but they’re reportedly struggling to set the lyrics on the new material.

Hannah told NME: “I wouldn’t even know where to start. Lots of deep and philosophical questions about life, relationships and love.

While Dan has described their upcoming album – which will be their fourth as a band – as “a living organism”, his bandmate thinks it’s their “best” yet.

She added: “I think the fourth album is actually the best yet. We’re lucky in the sense that between the three of us the sound kind of evolves.

“It’s not something we think about too much. We just play new music together and it grew.”

She also reflected on the success of ‘Californian Soul’, which topped the UK charts, and suggested its popularity was due to ’emotion’.

She said: “I think the three of us explored sound in different directions. I hope that’s just the emotion. I hope that’s always the priority. That’s what our fans seem to connect.”

The LP was the sequel to 2017’s “The Truth Is a Beautiful Thing,” which they had to sit on for a long time in part due to the pandemic.

Hannah previously said, “It was [frustrating]but that felt like a very small problem to have compared to what obviously a lot of my friends and family were going through and what everyone else was going through.

“So we were more than happy to wait. But it’s been a bit strange to release it now – it feels like an old debut album because it’s so old!”




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