Let’s Eat Grandma twist heads, smash stereotypes and tear apart normality with their musical style and their utterly delightful weirdness. Rose Walton and Jenny Hollingworth are the dastardly duo from Brighton who make up Let’s Eat Grandma and they continue to grab attention in the build-up to the release of their debut album “I, Gemini”, due on June 17 via Transgressive Records. Watch their new video for “Eat Shiitake Mushrooms” in this post!
We love the girls here at Highclouds and their track “Eat Shiitake Mushrooms” got one of our finest reviews in our rising section. Check it out here. Following on from that Let’s Eat Grandma have released a video to accompany it. As you would expect, it is mind-bending and trippy and compliments the track perfectly. It creates a wonderful juxtaposition by showing Walton and Hollingworth performing in an eerie forest, blacked out and illuminated by sporadic colours whilst simultaneously in other shots they are harmlessly playing in the woods and riding their bikes merrily, like many teenage girls would be.
Let’s Eat Grandma‘s video for “Eat Shiitake Mushrooms” was directed by Ben Sommers. Like the track, it is mind-bending and trippy!
These two incredibly talented and refreshingly original artists are making waves in the wake of their album. Live shows have been getting stunning reviews, their show in Electrowerkz, London received a comprehensive review from The Guardian and their performance was wonderfully weird as we all hoped. Let’s Eat Grandma evoke so many emotions with their music and performances that you jump from delight to fear to ecstasy to space and back all within a 6-minute song. Which we obviously love.
The duo continues to tour the UK in the coming months, topped off with a performance at Latitude Festival in July, and their highly anticipated album is set for release on June 17 via Transgressive. Pre-order it here!