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London Grammar: "I have a complicated relationship with my singing voice"

By Marc Zisman |

Exclusive interview with the British trio that was done on the occasion of the release of "Californian Soil", their third album with a fascinating melancholy located somewhere between trip hop, new wave and pop.



In eight years, London Grammar has taken the world by storm with their polished pop inherited from the new wave of the 80's and the trip hop of the 90's. At the heart of this sophisticated and bewitching adventure, Hannah Reid's voice is a real sonic jewel. A musical magnet surrounded by the melodies and beats concocted by her accomplices Dan Rothman and Dot Major. With Californian Soil, the trio highlight their unique take on pop by putting even more emphasis on the personality of its singer. London Grammar reveals this stylistic change, the secret to the band's longevity and its relationship with the music industry today in an exclusive interview with Qobuz.

LISTEN TO "CALIFORNIAN SOIL" BY LONDON GRAMMAR ON QOBUZ

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