Let’s Eat Grandma
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.
Let’s Eat Grandma’s End Of Year Accolades
It’s been a great year …
It’s been a great year for Let’s Eat Grandma, winning big at both the AIM & Q Magazine awards. Now they look to be seeing out the year in a similar fashion as they receive more praise for their sophomore album ‘I’m All Ears’.
The lead single from the album, ‘Hot Pink’ ranked 7th on The Guardians’ ‘Top 100 Tracks of 2018’ and featured in Time Out’s ‘The Songs That Made 2018’, whilst the album has been featured in multiple publications ‘albums of the year’ lists including; The Independent, The Line Of Best Fit, Uncut Magazine, Rough Trade, Bristol In Stereo, and Mojo Magazine.
Listen to the album below.
Let’s Eat Grandma Win Q Award For Best Album And Announce Patten Remix
Huge congratulations to Let’s Eat …
Huge congratulations to Let’s Eat Grandma after winning Best Album for ‘I’m All Ears’ at the Q Magazine Awards Last Night. This continues their run of success having picked up Best Sophomore Release last month at the AIM awards.
The duo have also released a new remix of ‘Falling Into Me’ courtesy of Patten which is out now. They will be touring Europe in the coming months supporting CHRVCHES. Check out the full list of dates here and listen to the album below.Listen here
Blue Raincoat Music Success At The AIM Awards
After a successful night at …
After a successful night at the AIM Independant Music Awards we’d like to give a special mention to our winning artists.
Phoebe Bridgers, Blue Raincoat Artist’s latest signing, won ‘International Breakthrough Of The Year’.
Let’s Eat Grandma, of Blue Raincoat Songs, picked up the award for ‘Best Sophomore Release’, with their critically acclaimed album ‘I’m All Ears’.
Also pleased to say Tracey Thorn, from Everything But The Girl, was presented with one of the most prestigious awards of the evening for ‘Outstanding Contribution To Music’.
Blue Raincoat Music At The AIM Awards
Congratulations are in order for …
Congratulations are in order for Let’s Eat Grandma, Cigarettes After Sex & Phoebe Bridgers who have been nominated for a total of 7 awards across 4 categories in this years AIM Independent Music Awards.
Let’s Eat Grandma’s ‘I’m All Ears’ is a contender for both Best Sophomore Release & Independent Album Of The Year. Their lead single ‘Falling Into Me’ is also up for Independent Track Of The Year.
Cigarettes After Sex and Phoebe Bridgers are both nominated for International Breakthrough Act Of The Year. Phoebe’s debut ‘Strangers In The Alps’ joins Let’s Eat Grandma in the nominations for Independent Album Of The Year and her track “Motion Sickness” from the album is also nominated for Independent Track Of The Year.
Let’s Eat Grandma Release ‘I’m All Ears’ LP To Critical Acclaim
Let’s Eat Grandma recently released …
Let’s Eat Grandma recently released their second album ‘I’m All Ears’ to overwhelmingly positive press. Described as “remarkable”, “exceptional”, “daring”, and “extraordinary”, the album received numerous 5* and 4* reviews from the likes of the The Guardian and The Times. It was also album of the day on BBC Radio 6. Congratulations to Rosa and Jenny – you can check out their largely successful album below.Listen here