They are set to play two nights at the London O2 Academy Brixton in the coming week
London Grammar have postponed their gig set for tonight (June 1) at Plymouth Pavilions.
No reason has yet been given for the postponement, reports the Plymouth Herald. A spokesperson for the venue commented: “We are currently working with the promoter to arrange a rescheduled date for the coming months, and as soon as we have more information we will be in touch with all ticket holders to confirm details. We apologise for the short notice and inconvenience.”
London Grammar are currently on tour in the UK, with gigs set for London O2 Academy Brixton on June 3 and 4 and Wolverhampton Civic Hall on June 6. They will also play a run of UK festivals this summer, including Parklife Weekender, Glastonbury, T In The Park, Wilderness, Bestival and Festival Number 6.
The band recently won an Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically And Lyrically, which was given to their track ‘Strong’. The Prime Minister of Great Britain, David Cameron, has also expressed his admiration for the band.
When asked who he have at a musical event to showcase the best of new British talent to Americans, he commented: …who I really like right now is London Grammar. I think they’re brilliant.”