London Grammar release meditative and mindfulness mixes of Californian Soil exclusively on Calm

English indie pop band London Grammar team up with meditation app Calm for three exclusive remixes of tracks from their latest album.

Calm, the meditation app designed to help with sleep, stress and anxiety, recently worked with London Grammar, along with their labels Sony Music and Ministry of Sound, for reworks of three songs from the band’s third album Californian Soil. The tracklist is as follows:

  • All My Love (Hannah Calm Mix)
  • Californian Soil (Dan Calm Mix)
  • Lord It’s A Feeling (Dot Calm Mix)

Each track is 15, 30 and 60 minutes respectively. Click here to stream the mixes.

https://twitter.com/londongrammar/status/1387834167359115274

London Grammar aren’t the first band to have worked with the meditation app, with other artists like Diplo, Harry Styles and Kygo working with Calm last year.

Downloads for Calm have soared since the start of the pandemic, with more than 100 million downloads and over 100,000 new users a day. Calm is free for 7 days then $69.99 annually or $399.99 for life.

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