London Grammar have shared another new album cut ‘America’, a song about moving on

The track is taken from their forthcoming album 'Californian Soil'.

London Grammar have delivered their latest single, ‘America’.

It’s taken from their forthcoming album ‘Californian Soil’, due on 16th April. Speaking about the song, vocalist Hannah Reid explains it’s about moving on.

“America is about my journey of letting go of the past, and learning how to write music again following a difficult time with my health. I use the idea of the American dream to wave goodbye to the things that I didn’t need anymore.”

You can check out ‘America’ below.

‘Californian Soil’ is accompanied by the band’s biggest headline tour to date. Hitting the road in November, they’ll play:

5 O2 Academy Birmingham
6 O2 Academy Glasgow
8 O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester
9 O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester
12 Alexandra Place London
13 Alexandra Palace London

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