Let's Eat Grandma in Sheffield

Experimental pop duo Let's Eat Grandma bring their UK tour to Sheffield on Sunday ahead of the release of their second album.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 4th April 2018, 1:09 pm
Updated Wednesday, 4th April 2018, 1:11 pm
Let's Eat Grandma.
Let's Eat Grandma.

I’m All Ears, due for release on June 29, follows the 2016 debut I, Gemini from teenage vocalists, multi-instrumentalists, songwriters and long-time best friends Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth.

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The album has been preceded by a new video for first single, Hot Pink, a track “about the misconceptions of femininity and masculinity and the power of embracing both of them”, and the release of another new track, the romantic Falling Into Me.

Jenny says: “It’s about communication. Some of the lyrics reference being in control as a woman in a romantic relationship, and being the one to initiate. So you’re the person who tells them that you like them, you’re taking the initiative. It’s the importance of if you feel something, tell them. Because you don’t know what’s going to happen in life, you might as well just do it.”

Let’s Eat Grandma play Sheffield’s Plug on Sunday, April 8. For tickets, priced from £10, see the-plug.com