London Grammar announce new album ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’

London Grammar have announced the release of their second album ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’ on June 9, via Metal & Dust/Ministry Of Sound. This news follows the release of recent singles ‘Rooting For You’ and ‘Big Picture’.  

 As with their debut album ‘If You Wait’, ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’ was written almost entirely by Hannah, Dot and Dan, who poured their experiences from thirty months on the road into the new material.  

The trio went on to work with the likes of Oscar-winning producer Paul Epworth, Mercury-nominated Jon Hopkins and LA-based Greg Kurstin, as well as Tim Bran and Roy Kerr who also worked on ‘If You Wait’.
 

The haunting title track, ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’, is available instantly when you pre-order the album.
 

Winning a prestigious Ivor Novello Award for ‘Strong’, two AIM Independent Music awards (Independent Breakthrough of The Year; PPL Award For Most Played New Independent Act) and receiving a BRIT Award nomination (British Breakthrough Act), London Grammar’s debut album ‘If You Wait’ has sold almost two million copies internationally.
 

See London Grammar live:
 
Monday April 3                                 Oran Mor                                            Glasgow, UK
Tuesday April 4                                 Town Hall                                            Birmingham, UK 
Thursday April 6                                Hackney Round Chapel                 London, UK
Saturday June 3                                Heartland Festival                            Kvaerndrup, Denmark
Sunday June 11                                 Parklife                                                 Manchester, UK
Saturday July 1                                  Garorock                                             Marmande, France
Friday July 7                                        TRNSMT Festival                              Glasgow Green, UK
Friday July 14                                     Super Bock Super Rock                 Lisbon, Portugal
Sunday July 16                                   Festival De Nimes                            Nîmes, France
Saturday July 22                                Lollapalooza                                       Paris, France
Friday August 11                               Flow Festival                                      Helsinki, Finland
Saturday August 26                         Zurich Open Air Festival                Zürich, Switzerland