Check Out: London Grammar – “Metal & Dust”

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London Grammar stole our hearts and firmly grabbed our attention a couple months ago with “Hey Now.” Today, the British triumvirate have released their second track, “Metal & Dust,” which shows the same poised style of their first single. Its chorus feels human in its contradiction (“We argue, we don’t fight”), and the song satisfies with a take on pop that is at once minimalist and full-sounding.

“Metal & Dust” is the title track to their debut EP, which is due out February 25 on their own (we believe) Metal & Dust Recordings.

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