London Grammar share Song, First U.S Tour

London Grammar share Interlude via + first USA tour + If You Wait out September 10 via Columbia.

UK-based trio London Grammar – Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman – has announced the release of its highly anticipated debut album. If You Wait will be available digitally in the US on September 10 via Columbia Records. The album features 11 tracks (see tracklisting below) including the recently released Strong.

The album is a result of 18 painstaking months spent writing and recording. Heavily involved in every decision made on If You Wait, the band handpicked their team, co-producing the album with Tim Bran (The Verve, Richard Ashcroft, La Roux) and Roy Kerr AKA The Freelance Hellraiser. Roc Nation’s KD (Outkast, Beyoncé, Jay-Z) was drafted to mix the album, with Grammy-winning Tom Coyne (Adele’s 21) joining them to master.

London Grammar will spend the summer touring internationally before heading to the US and Canada for a number of dates in September and October. Kicking off September 25 at Los Angeles’ Troubadour, the tour will see London Grammar crossing North America with stops in cities including San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto and New York before ending in Boston on October 10.

Since introducing itself with near anonymous posts of two songs (Hey Now and Metal & Dust) late last year, London Grammar quickly captured the interest and, more importantly, the imagination of music fans across the UK and beyond. The tracks catapulted the band straight into the spotlight, with music critics and fans eager to see what they did next.

If You Wait Tracklisting:
1.    Hey Now
2.    Stay Awake
3.    Shyer
4.    Wasting My Young Years
5.    Sights
6.    Strong
7.    Nightcall
8.    Metal & Dust
9.    Interlude (Live)
10.  Flickers
11.  If You Wait

Aug 25 – Leeds @ Leeds Festival
Sept 6 – Newport, Isle of Wight @ Bestival
Sept 13- Portmeirion @ Festival Number 6
Sept 25 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Troubadour    
Sept 27 – San Francisco, CA @ Popscene @ Rickshaw
Sept 28 – Portland, OR @ Holocene
Sept 30 – Seattle, WA @ Crocodile
Oct 1-  Vancouver, BC @ Fortune
Oct 3 – Chicago, IL @ Schubas
Oct 4 – Toronto, ON @ Black Box
Oct 6 – Washington, DC @ U Street
Oct 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
Oct 8  – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
Oct 10 – Boston, MA @ Brighton
Oct 15 –  Norwich @ Open
Oct 16 – Brighton @ Concorde
Oct 18 – London @ Electric Brixton
Oct 19 – Oxford @ Gathering
Oct 20 –  Bristol @ Anson Rooms
Oct 22 – Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
Oct 23 – Birmingham @ Academy 2
Oct 24 – Leeds @ Cockpit
Oct 26 –  Manchester  @ Sound Control
Oct 27 – Glasgow @ Oran Mor
Oct 28 – Newcastle @ Northumbria University
Nov 2 – Amsterdam, Holland @ London Calling
Nov 3 – Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique
Nov 5 – Berlin, Germany @ Gruner Salon
Nov 6 – Munich, Germany @ Atomic Café
Nov 8 – Zurich, Switzerland  @ Rote Fabrik (Clubraum)
Nov 9 –  Paris, France @ La Cigale
Nov 10 – Nantes, France @ Stereolux
Nov 12 – Nancy, France @ L’Autre Canal Club
Nov 13 – Lille, France @ Aeronef
Nov 15 –  Lyon, France @ Le Sucre
Nov 18 – Toulouse, France @ La Dynamo
Nov 20 – Bordeaux, France @ Iboat
Nov 22 – Luxembourg @ Sonic Visions Showcase Festival
Nov 28 – London @ Brixton Electric

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