London Grammar Tour Schedule
When audiences listen to London Grammar, it is not the cockney rhyming slang that
once likens to Pygmalion or as others know it My Fair Lady. London Grammar is an indie pop group that is getting ready to
play there hits on a stage near you in Portland, Maine before touring around Europe. There is no doubt, after touring around
the United States and Canada, as well as Europe, that this group has recently taken the international indie community by storm
after debuting its first full-length album in September 2013. London Grammar is more than the typical indie pop band with
the trio's trip-hop style. The fans of London Grammar have been lining up to see this band outside their favorite venues,
after purchasing their tickets on StubHub. It is certainly a good time to see your favorite band live. What is more is checking
out London Grammar for the first time after discovering how significant the band's mark on the music industry and impressions
on its existing and new listeners. The band's lead, Hannah Reid, is top-notch when it comes to her emotional lyrics and mesmerizing
vocals that are perfectly complimented by the well-played instrumentation of Dan Rothman and Dot Major. The trio has astounded
audiences and the critics in the music industry to the point that there are few worldwide that are surprised to see London
Grammar is in high demand. Don't miss your chance to see London Grammar in North America before they head out on an amazing
European tour that will take them to numerous festivals across the France, Germany and the United Kingdom. They will also
be heading down under before making it back to the United States to play Chicago's Lollapolooza and a gig in Boulder, Colorado.
After the band hits the "Nothing Without Providence" state, London Grammar is headed for Budapest and on up to Northern Europe.
It is evident that London Grammar is in high demand across the globe, so get your tickets now!
About London Grammar
would appear that London Grammar is quickly becoming a music phenomenon that is unstoppable. The band emerged from the land
of Robing Hood-Nottingham, England in 2012. The members of London Grammar first met while attending the University of Nottingham
a few years prior to establishing the band. In part, audiences can the genius of Facebook for having enabled two of the three
members to meet and decide to have jam session in person. After one jam session and the band was off. London Grammar is comprised
of Dot Major, Hannah Reid and Dan Rothman who are doing their part to bring international audiences what is quickly becoming
recognized as the best dreamy pop the indie rock market presently has to offer recorded and live at venues. There performances
are by all means a good time. London Grammar offers some of the most highly anticipated shows for those who have already found
themselves fans of this new tip-hop sounds, a well as those folks who never knew it is what they always wanted. One of the
key ways the band found success is through uploading the song, "Hey Now," on YouTube. Within less than one year, the song
received over 800,000 views. London Grammar released its debut EP entitled, Metal Dust, in early 2013 before releasing their
full-length debut, If You Can Wait. It was too challenging for London Grammar to capture the world's attention, which is why
they embarked on a North American tour and are now jumping back and forth across the pond.
London Grammar Fan
The fans in Europe, North America and Australia love the sounds and live performances provided by London
Grammar. There is no question that music is one thing that transcends the barriers of both time and space. What is more, music
is capable of crossing generations and cultures. It is evident by the success bands find among different audiences across
the world. Each audience and venue provides the artist with a new context and opportunity to perform in new and amazing ways.
Live music is unique in how the performers interact with their audience in real time, and play to the cues as they are received.
The excitement of experiencing your favorite band live continues to stand the test of time. It gives playing the album at
a home a new dimension with the memory of having seen and heard the songs live. The commentary on stage will remain in your
mind as you play the album and recount the story to friends and family. It is a powerful way to connect with your favorite
musicians and is powerful. When its time to leave the house to check out London Grammar, you will be excited to see what the
live show has to offer. It isn't enough to watch the videos online without having your other senses take part in the overall
experience. The band will be full of excitement with the attention it is receiving, pulling them east and west all over the
world. It is your time to experience London Grammar live.
London Grammar Breakthrough
It never ceases
to be interesting to see how new indie bands breakthrough in the ever-changing music industry. London Grammar posted a song
on YouTube and quickly found a steady fan base of listeners. What helped to propel London Grammar into the international realm
of sought after musicians is when the trio released their debut EP, Metal and Dust. The album did not take long at all before
it hit number eight on the Australian iTunes chart. Thereafter, London Grammar debuted the single entitled, "Wasting My Young
Years," which quickly reached number 31 on the Single Charts in the United Kingdom. London Grammar's debut EP and single pushed
the trip-hop trio into a proper international phenomenon. It definitely set the stage for London Grammar's full-length album
and this overwhelming demand for the band's music and performance.
What is exciting
about a being band from the United Kingdom is when realizing that your music has caught on outside of your home country. London
Grammar has top charts in the United Kingdom and Australia. In addition to the high demand of playing gigs in the United States,
the additional tell of having made it in there is making it onto American television. London Grammar made its American television
debut on the show Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in January of 2014.