London Grammar's Big Plans for 2014

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This past year was huge for the Nottingham trip-hop trio, London Grammar, and 2014 is only going to be bigger for the British group! The band falls into a unique genre called "trip-hop" and also mixes electronic and pop sounds in with their music.

Trip-hop is a genre of electronic music that derives from post-acid house and is more experimental with soul, funk and jazz influences. London Grammar, consisting of Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman, released their debut album If You Wait this past September and competed their first ever US headlining tour with a number of sell-out shows, including New York City and Los Angeles.

Last Thursday, London Grammar gave a live performance on NPR's World Cafe.

The trio has huge plans in store for the new year, including performing at next year's SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.

London Grammar was one of the first wave of bands confirmed for the festival, mainly because of their impressive debut onto the music scene.

London Grammar's debut album If You Wait has hit GOLD in the United Kingdom and has remained in the Top 10 since debuting at #2 on the charts.

Some go-to songs on the album are "Hey Now", "Metal and Dust", and "Wasting My Young Years" which have also been featured o a number of American television series.

Be on the lookout for more tour date announcements and releases from the British trio London Grammar, for the group plans on topping 2013 with their plans for the new year. Visit for more information!