We count ourselves as big fans of (the very young looking!) London Grammar’s first two songs, “Hey Now” and “Metal and Dust,” and their latest release continues what Disco Naïveté aptly calls a “perfect streak.” “Wasting My Young Years” shares the other tracks’ exquisite sense of space and feeling of restrained strength. We’d love to hear an album of such gorgeous sounds, but as of now, there’s no LP or EP release plans. So we’re stuck basking in the light of just their three singles.
London Grammar – “Wasting My Young Years”
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