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eat Grandma!’ or ‘Let’s eat, Grandma!’ – remember boys and girls punctuation saves lives. But sometimes the cannibalistic approach isn’t the worst thing in the world, just take a look at psychedelic sludge pop duo ‘Let’s Eat Grandma’. The wildly imaginative multi-instrumentalists behind the name are as thick as thieves, as sharp as knives best friends Rosa and Jenny. Aged only 17, the pair are definitely not worried about fitting in and have thrown out the rulebook to put their own spin on pop. From organs to saxophones, glockenspiels to synths and even the odd bit of recorder, Let’s Eat Grandma are all about pushing boundaries and putting their own world of twisted fairytales, dystopian nightmares and elaborate tree houses into music.

After peeking into the world of LEG with their video for ‘Eat Shitake Mushrooms’ and catching the pair at Field Day, we couldn’t wait for the release of their debut album ‘I, Gemini’. Creating a creepy atmosphere, it’s playful on the surface with a sinister undertone and definitely not one for the faint-hearted. With the power to captivate beyond the norm, Let’s Eat Grandma are more than just a little bit special and we’ve got our eyes firmly fixed on the pair.