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London Grammar are on the comeback train with their new tune, 'Baby It's You'

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Published: 9:41 pm, August 20, 2020 Photos: Crowns & Owls.
London Grammar are on the comeback train with their new tune, 'Baby It's You'

London Grammar are on the comeback train with their new tune, 'Baby It's You'.

Billed as a "new beginning" for the group, it's the trio's first piece of music since their 2017 album 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing'.

"Hello world," says Hannah Reid, "we are so excited to release our new song Baby It’s You. It’s been a long time coming and is just the beginning of something we hope will be really special."

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