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London Grammar – House

London Grammar, the British trio known for their ethereal soundscapes and haunting melodies, has just announced their highly anticipated fourth studio album, The Greatest Love. Following the critical acclaim of their previous release, Californian Soil, the trio is set to embark on a new chapter, leaving their past behind and embracing a newfound sense of freedom.

Scheduled for release in September via Ministry of Sound, The Greatest Love marks over a decade of musical evolution for the group, comprising Hannah Reid, Dot Major, and Dan Rothman. With this album, London Grammar promises to explore new sonic territories while staying true to their signature style that has captivated audiences worldwide.

The announcement of the album comes hand in hand with the release of the lead single, “House.” Accompanied by a mesmerizing music video that delves into the complexities of human emotion, “House” sets the tone for what promises to be a captivating musical journey. Frontwoman Hannah Reid’s commanding vocals pierce through the introspective lyrics, asserting, “This is my place, my house, my rules,” in a chorus that resonates with hypnotic intensity.

Reid elaborated on the inspiration behind “House,” describing it as a song about drawing boundaries and reclaiming personal power. Reflecting on her transition into her thirties, Reid expresses a newfound sense of agency and empowerment, declaring that making music should be a joyful and liberating experience.

While the exact release date of The Greatest Love remains undisclosed, eager fans can already pre-order the album, anticipating a collection of tracks that promise to push the boundaries of London Grammar’s sonic landscape.

The announcement of the album comes on the heels of London Grammar’s triumphant UK tour in 2021 and sets the stage for their upcoming headline performances at prestigious festivals such as Latitude and Glastonbury 2024. Having recently headlined All Points East and performed to massive audiences on Coldplay’s stadium tour, London Grammar’s ascent to musical stardom shows no signs of slowing down.



In addition to their musical endeavors, London Grammar continues to explore new creative avenues, as demonstrated by Dot Major’s solo career debut in 2023 and their collaboration with CamelPhat on the track “Higher” last summer.

With anticipation building for The Greatest Love, London Grammar’s fourth album promises to deliver a deeply introspective exploration of life, relationships, and love, inviting listeners to embark on a transcendent musical journey unlike any other. As the band prepares to unveil their latest masterpiece, fans eagerly await the next chapter in London Grammar’s extraordinary musical legacy.