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London Grammar  'Wasting My Young Years' Aston Shuffle Remix   10 June 2014

London Grammar 

'Wasting My Young Years'

Aston Shuffle Remix 





British three-piece London Grammar return with perhaps their most striking single to date, ‘Wasting My Young Years’. Cinematic in scope, ‘Wasting My Young Years’ serves a worthy successor to their breakthrough smash hit ‘Strong’ - a track now boasting in excess of 7 million views on YouTube.
Since receiving its first play on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show, ‘Wasting My Young Years’ has garnered strong support at UK radio not to mention more than 8 million plays online.
The track is taken from London Grammar’s #2 ARIA Chart debut album If You Wait - a release that saw the band awarded iTunes UK Album Of The Year and nominated for Best Breakthrough Artist at this year’s Brit Awards, as well as most recently taking home the converted Best Song Musically and Lyrically award for 'Strong' at the Ivor Novello awards.
Their first trip to Australian shores culminated in a host of rave reviews from three SOLD OUT headline shows, whilst in the country for The Falls & Southbound Festivals; landing not one, but three coveted spots in triple j’s inaugural Hottest 100, including a Top 10 placing with ‘Strong’.
‘Wasting My Young Years’ is partnered by an equally stunning video; shot to a single strip of 35mm film, using 625 pinhole cameras. Watch it here 
Now with The Aston Shuffle re-working the track with in signature style, ‘Wasting My Young Years’ is steered into dancier realms, without losing any of it’s grandeur


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