Top Songs by London Grammar

Listen to London Grammar's top Deep House, House, Electronica songs like Hey Now, Strong, Help Me Lose My Mind from releases like Toolroom Ibiza 2014 Vol. 2, If You Wait (Remixes), Chilled House Session 2014 - Ministry of Sound on EDM Hunters. Like your favourite songs and videos to make your vote count. What's your #1?
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Hey Now
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London Grammar
Toolroom Ibiza 2014 Vol. 2Deep House
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Strong
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London Grammar
If You Wait (Remixes)Pop / Rock
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Help Me Lose My Mind
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Disclosure, London Grammar
Chilled House Session 2014 - Ministry of SoundHouse
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Nightcall (ESRR Edit)
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London Grammar
Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat - Ministry of SoundHouse
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Sights
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London Grammar
Sights (Dennis Ferrer Remix)Deep House
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Help Me Lose My Mind (Sunset Soul Edit)
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Disclosure, London Grammar
Sunset Soul - Ministry of SoundDeep House
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Hey Now (Tensnake Remix)
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Masterpiece Annie Nightingale - Ministry of SoundDeep House
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If You Wait
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If You Wait (Riva Starr Remix)Deep House
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Metal & Dust
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If You Wait (Remixes)Tech House
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Nightcall
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London Grammar
If You Wait (Remixes)Electronica
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About London Grammar

London Grammar is a British electronic pop trio formed by Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic 'Dot' Major. Their d├ębut EP Metal & Dust was released in February 2013 by Metal & Dust Recordings Ltd. Their debut album If You Wait was released on 9 September 2013 and set platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) association.

Both vocalist Hannah Reid and guitarist Dan Rothman are originally from London and met in a residence hall at the University of Nottingham during their first year in 2009. Rothman saw a picture of Reid on Facebook with a guitar and sent her a message to see if she wanted to "collaborate". They were joined by Northampton native Dominic 'Dot' Major (keyboard, djembe, drums) a year later, after he began playing music together with Rothman. They chose the name as "not only was it where we're from, but London is also so international and multicultural that it actually felt like quite a universal name in a way."

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