Watch List: Let's Eat Grandma Tests Your Mind
We've all heard the phrase "art disturbs the comfortable and comforts the disturbed" and Let's Eat Grandma is one of those acts where that saying fits perfectly. By the name alone, most demographics are split on whether they will feel disturbed or intrigued right from the get go. The band name is a play on words where they've purposely left out the comma in between "Eat" and "Grandma" and it's dark humor is what sparked our curiosity from the beginning.
The group is a duo made up of two teens, Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, from Norwich, UK and represents an experimental pop direction that tests boundaries. A prime example of their style comes through the song "Deep Six Textbook" with their high-registered voices, ambient electro tinges and an overtone of relaxation. Mesh everything together and you get something that is creepy yet chill and rather thought-provoking.
A collection of the minds of the duo come through their debut album called I, Gemini released June 17 via Transgressive Records. It's worth noting how incredible some of the names of the tracks are like "Sax In The City," "Chocolate Sludge Cake," and "Chimpanzees In Canopies." Let's Eat Grandma deserves the credit of being a force that represents doing whatever the hell they want.