Confirmed London Grammar announce third album ‘Californian Soil’

London Grammar announce third album ‘Californian Soil’

And they’re sharing the title track too to celebrate!

After returning last month with dreamy bop ‘Baby It’s You’, London Grammar have confirmed that their third album ‘Californian Soil’ will be arriving on 12th February via Ministry Of Sound.

Inspired by front woman Hannah Reid’s experience with misogyny within the music industry and how she found her power again, Hannah says, “Misogyny is primitive which is why it is so hard to change. But it is also fearful. It’s about rejecting the thing in yourself which is vulnerable or feminine. Yet everybody has that thing. This record is about gaining possession of my own life. You imagine success will be amazing. Then you see it from the inside and ask, why am I not controlling this thing? Why am I not allowed to be in control of it? And does that connect, in any way to being a woman? If so, how can I do that differently?”

Sharing the sizzling title track alongside the announcement, see the full album track list bellow.

‘Californian Soil’ Tracklisting:
1. Intro
2. Californian Soil
3. Missing
4. Lose Your Head
5. Lord It’s A Feeling
6. How Does It Feel
7. Baby It’s You
8. Call Your Friends
9. All My Love
10. Talking
11. I Need The Night
12. America

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