London Grammar claim iTunes Album of the Year 2013

Tom Pakinkis
London Grammar

iTunes has named London Grammar’s If You Wait LP its Album of the Year for 2013.

The editorial decision from the Apple platform comes as part of its Best of 2013 round-up, which also highlights the top selling music, games, movies, TV, apps, audiobooks and podcasts.

Now That’s What I Call Music! 85 was the number one selling album on iTunes of 2013, while Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines featuring T.I & Pharrell was the number one selling song.

While London Grammar claimed the platform’s Album of the Year, Daft Punk’s Get Lucky was named the iTunes Song of the Year and HAIM picked up iTunes Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

“This is an absolute honour for us, we can’t thank iTunes and our fans enough for their support and this recognition,” said London Grammar. “It’s been an incredible year and this marks its close on a fantastic high, so thank you so much.”

Following Now! 85 in the best selling albums iTunes list are Arctic Moneys' AM and Passenger's ALl The Little Lights, while Passenger's Let Her Go and Katy Perry's Roar follow Blurred Lines in the list of top selling songs.


Tags: itunes, Digital

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