London Grammar cover Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball'
With the hype status growing every day, trio London Grammar recently paid a visit to BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, where they performed a rather awkward cover: the band chose to rework one of the greatest hits of 2013 and turn it into a dreamy pop song.
They took Miley Cyrus's hit 'Wrecking Ball' and delivered a hell of a version that left us all with our mouths open; this should come as no surprise, though, because after listening to their amazing debut album If You Wait, we pretty much knew that London Grammar would be one of the acts to watch for 2014.
If you still have any doubts, watch the performance below. [via Disco Naïveté]
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