London Grammar have released their first original material since 2013.
Sliding into hibernation following the release of their debut album If You Wait late in 2013, London Grammar quietly released their new single 'Rooting For You' on New Year's Day.
Despite not revealing any news about an when (or if) we can expect their sophomore release, the timing of this new single seems to suggest that the Nottingham trio have plans in store for 2017...
Listen to 'Rooting For You' here:
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