Let's Eat Grandma (Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth) were just 17 when they released their debut I, Gemini on 17 June 2016.
A marriage of magnificence and makeshift, featuring synths, saxophones, clapping games and recorders. Their lives have changed unimaginably since then, with the album securing them sold out shows around the world, critical acclaim, and a spellbinding turn on Jools Holland.
Two years on, and their second album, 'I'm All Ears', is an even greater revelation: alive with furious pop, unapologetic grandeur, and intimate ballads. It features production from David Wrench (The xx, Frank Ocean), SOPHIE ( Madonna, Charli XCX), and Faris Badwan (The Horrors); and cements Let's Eat Grandma as one of the most creative and exciting bands in the world.
The band say it is a portrait of their lives over the past two years, "the record is quite broad, in both style and meaning of the tracks, because it's supposed to represent the whole experience of what it's like to be us," says Rosa. Musically, it draws on their love of PC Music, Frank Ocean, their parents' record collections, ringtones, train journeys, vintage synths. Listen to I'm All Ears now.