Let’s Eat Grandma get remixed by Baths

Let's Eat Grandma have released Baths remix of their single “I Will Be Waiting”.
Let's Eat Grandma get remixed by Baths

Let’s Eat Grandma have shared electronic producer Baths remix of “I Will Be Waiting”. For the remix, Baths took the track in a more meditative emotional direction, “Sort of like taking a big step backwards from it. Letting the vocals dictate the feel for what I wanted to try.”

Let’s Eat Grandma’s current release I’m All Ears, is out now on Transgressive Records. The second release from the British teenage vocalists, multi-instrumentalists and songwriters Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth. The album also features production from David Wrench, SOPHIE and Faris Badwan.

Let’s Eat Grandma
North American Tour Dates

Thu. Aug. 30 – Vancouver, BC @ Fortune Sound Club
Fri. Aug. 31 – Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot Festival
Sat. Sep. 1 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
Mon. Sep. 3 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
Tue. Sep. 4 – Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge (SOLD OUT)
Thu. Sep. 6 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Fri. Sep. 7 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
Sat. Sep. 8 – Montreal, QC @ Bar Le “Ritz” PDB
Mon. Sep. 10 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott
Wed. Sep. 12 – New York, NY @ Baby’s All Right (SOLD OUT)
Thu. Sep. 13 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
Thu. Sep. 27th – London, UK @ Heaven
Sat. Nov. 3 – Netherlands Utrecht Tivoli Vredenburg – Ronda*
Mon. Nov. 5 – Belgium Brussels Ancienne Belgique*
Tue. Nov. 6 – Germany Cologne Live Music Hall*
Wed. Nov. 7 – Germany Berlin Tempodrom*
Fri. Nov. 9 – Germany Hamburg Docks*
Sun. Nov. 11 – Germany Stuttgart LKA-Longhorn*
Mon. Nov. 12 – Germany Munich Muffathalle*
Wed. Nov. 14 – Italy Milan Fabrique*
Thu. Nov. 15 – Switzerland Lausanne Les Docks*
Fri. Nov 16 – Luxembourg Luxembourg District Den Atelier*

I’m All Ears is the work of two confident young women, very much each their own person, with their own tastes and interests. Their lyrics, too, have matured. For this record they were keen to move beyond what the band regard as the lyrical ‘crypticness’ of their debut, towards something more transparent, and at times vulnerable. “I think it’s a much more honest record. It’s very open,” says Jenny. “It is a lot about youth and young people and the experiences we have.” Throughout these songs there is recurrent imagery of trains and automobiles, of movement, shifting seasons, the sense of lives expanding. After all, this is a record written by two young women whose lives have changed unimaginably in the past two years, who have come to find the world lying open before them.