London Grammar Gracing the stage to a warm welcome of applause London Grammar kicked off their Birmingham show with 'Who Am I' from their much awaited new album 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing'. Followed by two classics 'Flickers' and 'Help Me Lose My Mind', taken from their 2013 hit album 'If You Wait'.


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Festival No.6 As another Summer turns towards yet another Autumn, and with warm days soon to be replaced by shorter cooler days, I find myself in North Wales, (or more precisely) in Portmeirion, for my second visit to Festival No.6 now in its third year of being. Portmeirion, a rich and colourful Italianate village designed by the late Architect, William Clough Ellis and built overlooking the River Dwryryd estuary was home to the 1960’s cult TV show “The Prisoner”, the lead character played by Patrick McGoohan who was the “No.6” that the festival references.


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Festival No.6 Festival No.6 takes place over the weekend of the 5, 6, 7 September 2014 in the stunning village of Portmeirion, Wales, home of cult TV series The Prisoner. The multi-award winning Festival No.6 features an extensive line-up, headed by the iconic Pet Shop Boys as well as Beck, Laurent Garnier, Norwegian disco king Todd Terje and London Grammar.


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London Grammar Thanks to the internet it’s seemingly possible these days to record a track in the morning, stick it up online at lunchtime and be the next big thing before Deal Or No Deal. All it takes is for an uploaded video on You Tube to catch the public’s imagination and voila, record labels beating a path to your door and Jools Holland climbing over your fence begging you to tickle his ivories. I’m not entirely sure if this was London Grammar’s sole route to success but they, like a number of other acts recently, do seem to have come from nowhere. Now with a US tour under their belts and debut album that narrowly missed being number one in the UK charts they’re playing a sold out show at the 600 person capacity Academy 2 with a return visit to the main Academy room already booked for next February. Blimey.


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