Let’s Eat Grandma was formed in 2013 when Rosa was given a second hand acoustic guitar for her birthday and Jenny adopted a battered old ukulele. Influenced by playing jazz and classical music both in and out of school and their own desire to explode the pop formula, they started writing a series of uniquely structured compositions. On a month by month basis their repertoire of instruments expanded and expanded to include the saxophone, the piano, mandolin, drums, synthesizers, harmonica, recorders and whistles, even if their audience initially was only each other.

The name Let’s Eat Grandma was chosen in a rush the night before their first ever gig, from an old grammatical joke which highlights the usefulness of a well placed comma. The name is ideal for a band that can sound quite sweet and poppy on first listen but who also have deeper, darker undercurrents.

Let’s Eat Grandma Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Deep Six Textbook’ below:

Plus support from HOOPLA BLUE

Hoopla Blue have returned with Itch Be Still, their new EP out now on 12′ vinyl & digital. This new release features the singles ‘Rotten Sodden Loot’, which premiered as Q Magazine’s Track of the Day, and ‘Wool Eyed Brood’ which has received numerous airplay across BBC 6 Music, Radio X (John Kennedy named Hoopla Blue as ‘Ones To Watch in 2016’) and BBC Introducing.

Hoopla Blue have been building up to this release with a live performance across Tom Robinson’s BBC 6 Music show and sharing the stage recently with the likes of Money, Mothers, Blaenavon and Amber Arcades.

Hoopla Blue Links: SpotifyFacebook | Twitter 

Watch the video for ‘Rotten Sodden Loot’ below: