London Grammar have introduced they’ll launch a brand new single referred to as ‘Lose Your Head’ subsequent week.
The band, who are gearing as much as launch their new album ‘Californian Soil’ on February 12, 2021, shared two new songs final 12 months – ‘Baby It’s You’ and the album’s title monitor.
In a tweet posted yesterday (January 1), London Grammar shared a quick clip of what seems to be the singer Hannah Reid standing on a ship’s mast, full with sea sounds.
“New 12 months, new music, new video,” London Grammar captioned the tweet. “Lose Your Head is out on Monday.”
New 12 months, new music, new video. Lose Your Head is out on Monday. pic.twitter.com/cCoOTqORTJ
— London Grammar (@londongrammar) January 1, 2021
The announcement follows a current teaser from the band through which they shared a photograph of a web page of lyrics laying on prime of a recording studio mixing desk.
Among the lyrics within the photograph embrace the traces: “Are you cheerful now?/Are you one in 1,000,000/Are you cheerful now?/Therapeutic all my disgrace.”
Reid mentioned in a press release in regards to the file that it was about her “gaining possession” of her personal life.
“Misogyny is primitive,” Reid mentioned, “which is why it’s so onerous to vary. However it is usually fearful. It’s about rejecting the factor in your self which is weak or female. But everyone has that factor.
“This file is about gaining possession of my very own life. You think about success can be wonderful. Then you definitely see it from the within and ask, ‘Why am I not controlling this factor? Why am I not allowed to be in command of it? And does that join, in any strategy to being a girl? If that’s the case, how can I try this otherwise?’”
Final 12 months, London Grammar shared a live performance of single ‘Baby It’s You’ throughout an look on Later… With Jools Holland.