London Grammar have previewed their upcoming album Californian Soil with a new single titled ‘Lose Your Head’. The George FitzGerald-produced track arrives with an accompanying music video directed by Zhang + Knight. California Soil, London Grammar’s third studio album, is set for release on February 12 via Columbia Records.
London Grammar will release new album ‘Californian Soil’ on February 12th. The three-piece signalled their return earlier this year, alerting fans that something big was about to occur. Well, they weren’t teasing.
New album ‘Californian Soil’ lands next year via Ministry Of Sound, and it’s said to mark a moment of transformation. The record is said to react against their surroundings, a moment of rebellion against the misogyny singer Hannah Reid has experienced throughout her career. Title song ‘Californian Soil’ is online now – a slice of surging, uplifting pop, you can check it out below.
Despite having just a handful of releases to their name, Sydney based trio Mansionair have successfully honed their sound and established their blueprint. After amassing over a million streams in under two months with their stunning debut single ‘Hold Me Down’, the pair have gone on to support the likes of London Grammar, CHVRCHES and alt-J on tour. The band share a sonic space with artists like alt-J whilst retaining their own unique and sensitive tone.
They will release their long-awaited debut album “Shadowboxer” on March 1, 2019. The trio unveiled a new song “We Could Leave” as the final single from the album.
After releasing a string of singles in 2017 and touring with the likes of Phoenix, Glass Animals, London Grammar, Ride and more, Lo Moon have announced their debut album!
The self-titled record is set to come out on 23rd February via Columbia Records. The album, which has been produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie) and Francois Tetaz (Gotye) features songs previously released by the band – ‘Loveless’, ‘This Is It’ and ‘Thorns’ – and even features guest appearances from Adam Granduciel and Charlie Hall from The War On Drugs.
To coincide with the announcement, the band have unveiled new track ‘Real Love’.