London Grammar Reacts to Industry Misogyny in New Album

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London Grammar frontwoman Hannah Reid talks about how misogyny in the music industry inspired her band’s latest album, Californian Soil.


 
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London Grammar frontwoman Hannah Reid talks about how misogyny in the music industry inspired her band’s latest album, Californian Soil.

“I just encountered a lot of what I would call daily sexist assumptions and microaggressions,” Reid says. 

She also talks about nearly giving up on music, how burnout led to her developing fibromyalgia, which causes fatigue and pain all over the body, and how she manages it as a performer.

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