“‘Hot Pink’ is about the misconceptions of femininity and masculinity and the power of embracing both of them,”explain Let’s Eat Grandma about their colourful new track. “It’s about self-expression, as well as appreciation for an underrated colour.”
Together, teenage multi-instrumentalists Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth create exhilarating blasts of fervently obnoxious noise to turn gender politics upside down, and their new video for ‘Hot Pink’ sees them tearing through the city doing just that. Released through Transgressive Records last week, the track’s accompanying video was directed by Balan Evans. Commenting on the footage, Let’s Eat Grandma explain: “We’re trying to navigate through a city where people’s perceptions of reality are becoming more and more distorted in the fear that we’ll end up the same way.”
After the cult success of their debut album, I, Gemini, it’s great to see the duo are back with this attention-grabbing new single. Following a headline show at Lightbox in Vauxhall on March 8th (which is now sold out), Let’s Eat Grandma will perform a run of UK and European headline tour dates throughout April.
Watch the video for ‘Hot Pink’ below and follow the band on Facebook for more updates.
Let’s Eat Grandma Live Dates
Thu 08 Mar 2018 UK, London – Lightbox (SOLD OUT)
Wed 04 Apr 2018 UK, Glasgow – Stereo
Thu 05 Apr 2018 UK, Newcastle – The Riverside
Sat 07 Apr 2018 UK, Leeds – Belgrave
Sun 08 Apr 2018 UK, Sheffield – The Plug
Mon 09 Apr 2018 UK, Manchester – The Deaf Institute
Wed 11 Apr 2018 UK, Birmingham – The Castle and Falcon
Thu 12 Apr 2018 UK, Cardiff – The Globe
Fri 13 Apr 2018 UK, Bristol – The Lantern