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Let's Eat Grandma Unveil New Song Ava

Tuesday, 12 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Charlotte Patmore

Let's Eat Grandma have posted a new track.

Ava is the latest to be lifted from their second album, 'I’m All Ears', which is due out on June 29 through Transgressive Records. The follow up to 2016's 'I,Gemini' features production by David Wrench, SOPHIE and Faris Badwan of the Horrors. 

Speaking about the song, Jenny Hollingworth said:

“The realisation as you get older that some things are more complicated, and from the outside looking at a person you can’t always see how difficult some problems are to solve.”

The duo, Hollingworth and Rosa Walton, will return to the UK in July for Larmer Tree Festival. They have also lined up a headline North American tour for early September and a London show on September 27. 

Lets Eat Grandma Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 27 2018 - LONDON Heaven

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