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Let’s Eat Grandma

I’M ALL EARS

TRANSGRESSIVE

Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth – aka Let’s Eat Grandma – are now entering the twilight of their adolescence. Two years after their debut I, Gemini, which they released when they were 17, the British singers and multi-instrumentalists are back with I’m All Ears. For this second offering, they take all the ingredients of their debut – furious synth-pop, loops, a love of PC Music and vintage synths, daring experimentation, intimacy and an unsettling chill – and inflate them with grandeur into what might be one of the most impressive records of the year so far. Thematically, I’m All Ears is far more open, inclusive and honest than its predecessor, describing Walton and Hollingworth’s life over the past two years and navigating topics of friendships, romantic relationships and mental health. Where I, Gemini played on the pair’s twin-like and child-like qualities, this presents them as two distinct voices – artists and women who are developing into one of the most exciting acts in the country.

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