As seated, London Grammar are Dan Rothman, Hannah Reid and Dominic 'Dot' Major, and they spent some time at 2017 Lollapalooza chatting with the Chicago Chapter about finding their electronic pop sound. Rothman and Reid are from London but met elsewhere in school and started playing together, and Rothman also began playing with Major. By the end of 2011 their trio was consolidated and they began playing small gigs in London. Major recollected that the title track of their 2013 first album If You Wait was one of their first and they were still getting used to playing together. "It was only when we made 'Hey Now,'" said Major, "that we thought maybe that's the aesthetic to apply to everything going forward." The album debuted at No. 2 on the UK Official Charts. Their 2017 follow-up album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing came out a couple months before the interview and its UK debut at No. 1 pushed Ed Sheeran down to the second spot. Rothman noted that "Oh Woman, Oh Man" on the album had been written by Reid early on for the new record and so it sat for about two years before it was demo-ed. "It was difficult to take to another level at that point," said Rothman. With producer Paul Epworth's help in the studio, it evolved even further. "It was a long process with that song," he said.