Brit Award-nominated three-piece London Grammar return to Australia for a massive national headline tour this September. The tour will see Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dot Major perform shows across four states in some of the country’s most esteemed venues and arenas, including Fremantle Arts Centre on Saturday 16 September.
London Grammar first captivated Australian audiences with their debut performance at the 2013/14 Falls Music & Arts Festival. Their debut album If You Wait hit #2 on the ARIA Albums Chart in late 2013, selling over two million copies worldwide.
In 2015 the trio returned to Australia, playing to sold-out arenas with The Music declaring: “with Reid’s vocals pushing the performance to new heights, elating every soul and leaving everyone hoping that it’s not as long between visits for London Grammar”.
Fresh from the headline slot at the 2016/17 Falls Music & Arts Festival, London Grammar are back in the country with their brand new album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing.
Featuring the stunning 32-piece City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra across the record, the album was produced by music giant Paul Epworth – multiple Grammy award winning producer for the likes of Florence & The Machine and Adele. London Grammar also teamed up with friend and Mercury-nominee Jon Hopkins (Brian Eno, King Creosote) on the sweeping lead single Big Picture, and LA-based Greg Kurstin (Sia, Beck), Tim Bran and Roy Kerr.
Special guests to be announced! Tickets on sale 9am, Fri 16 June from fac.org.au.