“Watching You Go” by Let’s Eat Grandma

Let’s Eat Grandma, the duo composed of songwriters, multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, have today released a new single from their critically acclaimed album ‘Two Ribbons’. The powerful track ‘Watching You Go’; a song written about the grieving process experienced by Jenny at the loss of her late boyfriend, comes accompanied with a video, directed by Justin Chen. Co-produced by David Wrench and Let’s Eat Grandma, the band’s new album also features the expansive single ‘Levitation’, plus ‘Happy New Year’; a celebratory song about friendship, the stunning, melancholic title track ‘Two Ribbons’ and glistening pop song ‘Hall Of Mirrors’.

Jenny says, ‘I wrote this song about the anger and confusion I experienced while grieving the death of my late boyfriend. The lyrics talk about the liminal spaces between life and death, and the conflicting and difficult emotions of grief, existing in the in-between.’

On working with the band for the making of this video, Justin Chen explains, “Visually, I wanted the video to serve as a bridge between emotions while accurately portraying Jenny’s plight during her grief. We thought that having a simple set up that centres the performance would be the most effective. It’s a great honour to be able to work on such a personal piece”.

Let’s Eat Grandma have just been announced as special guests for a live performance at Leeds Festival this Sunday, as part of a huge Transgressive House Party line-up on the Alternative Stage, which also includes a special “Battle of the Bands legends of rock and indie” themed double DJ set-up, courtesy of Transgressive Soundsystem and BBC Introducing’s Emily Pilbeam. The band also recently announced a run of European tour dates for September/October 2022.

Let’s Eat Grandma
Two Ribbons
Transgressive Records

1. Happy New Year
2. Levitation
3. Watching You Go
4. Hall Of Mirrors
5. Insect Loop
6. Half Light
7. Sunday
8. In The Cemetery
9. Strange Conversations
10. Two Ribbons

Let’s Eat Grandma 2022 Tour Dates

28th September – Transgressive House Party @ Leeds Festival, Leeds
19th September – Le Pop Up du Label, Paris
25th September – Club Volta, Cologne
26th September – Hole 44, Berlin
28th September – Knust, Hamburg
30th September, Rotonde, Brussels
1st October, Paradiso Small, Amsterdam
6th October – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
7th October – Yes (Pink Room), Manchester
8th October – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
13th October – Cluny, Newcastle
14th October – Metronome, Nottingham
15th October – Space 54, Birmingham
16th October – Mash, Cambridge
18th October – Thekla, Bristol
19th October – Koko, London
21st October – Patterns, Brighton
22nd October – Epic, Norwich
1st Nov – Union Stage, Washington, DC
2nd Nov – The Foundry, Philadelphia, PA
4th Nov – Webster Hall New York, NY
5th Nov – Sinclair, Boston, MA
7th Nov – La Sala Rosa, Montreal, QB
10th Nov – Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH
11th Nov – Bottom Lounge, Chicago, IL
12th Nov – 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN
14th Nov – Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO
16th Nov – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT
18th Nov – The Crocodile, Seattle, WA
19th Nov – Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, BC
20th Nov – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR
22nd Nov – Independent, San Francisco, CA
23rd Nov – The Regent Theater, Los Angeles, CA

Purchase tickets for Let’s Eat Grandma HERE


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