Love dreamy music? London Grammar is the band you should put on your daily playlist right now! The British trio dropped their latest single, ‘How Does It Feel,’ taken from their forthcoming album Californian Soil.
London Grammar implodes again! From their debut album If You Wait to their tearful and heartwarming cover of Kavinsky’s track ‘Nightcall,’ the band never ceases to amaze us. You won’t regret to hear ‘How Does It Feel.’
An ethereal bop
Lead by the wonderful of Hannah Reid, London Grammar knows how to set up a cozy and romantic ambiance. The new track is maybe a little more uptempo and sounds like a crescendo of beats, but it’s still extremely dreamy. We absolutely live for that!
Is it hard to tell your feelings to your loved ones? ‘How Does It Feel’ is experimenting deeply into sadness when you think about the lyrics. London Grammar adds their trademarked melancholia, and it’s the perfect recipe.
“How does it feel, now you’re alone?
How does it, how does it feel to feel low?”
Sings Hannah read with her stunning bass vocals. London Grammar penned an ode to a broken relationship. There’s a little glimpse of hope to love again though. 😉
“How does it feel?
Will you call me tonight?”
Hannah Reid whispers with delicacy but empowered rhymes.
Co-produced with Steve Mac (yes, yes, he worked on your fav pop hits from Ed Sheeran to Anne-Marie and Liam Payne), ‘How Does It Feels’ presents bold electronics and a pure soul. This got so much groove, and we can’t help tilting our heads while entering the Nottingham band universe.
It’s a pretty exciting time for London Grammar. After their prestigious Ivor Novello Awards, multiple BRITS nominations, and 3 million global sales of their previous albums, Californian Soil is coming for the hype!
Crafting between light and shade, we’re delighted by the new single. Watch the official ‘How Does It Feel’ visualizer here:
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