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London Grammar drop new single 'Kind Of Man'

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With their eagerly-awaited new album 'The Greatest Love' out on the 13th September via Ministry Of Sound, London Grammar have now dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.

The new single 'Kind Of Man' follows on from the previously shared lead track 'House' in previewing their fourth LP.

Speaking about the new offering, singer Hannah Reid said, “Kind of Man is about watching somebody descend into the sort of glamour and slight corruption of Hollywood. The song is obviously about misogyny but it’s about sexism in a tongue in cheek way. That’s kind of what I love about the song. I didn’t want it to be melancholic in any way. So, yeah it’s quite an upbeat way of saying that. “I like the fact that it’s talking about a pattern of relationship where you could maybe expect a man who might not respect you and who might be the exact kind of man to fall in love with you - and it’s kind of that dichotomy.”


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