London Grammar is back in the form of a remix off their 2012 debut hit, "Hey Now." I can't tell you much else about them except that there's three of them, they're from London, and their names are Hannah, Daniel and Dot. Perhaps they want to shine the light on their music, which is fair enough when your music is this good.
This Dot Major remix steals from the past yet exists somewhere in the future. Both male and female vocals call out powerfully, mournfully from a dreamscape, while the electronics convulse, making way for the bass and percussion to dance along to their own tune. Somehow the track blends two realms together blissfully, pulling us into its new world before suddenly letting go. It's similar to the way the end of a passionate relationship can leave one breathless.
Hopefully there's much more to come from this threesome. You can await what's next along with us by adding London Grammar on Facebook and SoundCloud.
RECENT INDIE SHUFFLE NEWS
Drake Pulls A Kanye, Changes Album Title Day Before Release
RKDA Release Debut EP, First Release From Riot Expert Records
Tyler, The Creator To Voice a Battered and Angry Cat in Crowd Funded "The Adventures of Drunky." Watch the Trailer
Check Out The Tracklist for Drake's New Album And Play Some Interactive Drake Games