The British trio, London Grammar, has recently graced the scene with a heartwarming album titled “Californian Soil.” The recently released project consists of 12 tracks, and the longest one in terms of duration is “All My Love,” which is approximately 4:32 minutes.
The indie-pop trio packs their new album with a signature production that sets them apart from the rest.
Following the release of the album, Hannah Reid, the lead vocalist of London Grammar, took to social media to share her excitement. She wrote:
“I can’t believe this day is finally here. After three years of hard work and a lot of waiting, our third album is finally out. It took a lot of self-reflection and soul searching; terrifying experimentation and vulnerability. This record means more to me than either of our previous albums. I can’t even explain why. All I know it’s that it’s changed me as a person and changed my life.”
With “California Soil” the trio flex their story-telling skills, making it obvious that in the production of the project, the trio has put all their time, energy, and emotions to make the album a reality.
Stream “Californian Soil” below:
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