Let's Eat Grandma Releases New Song “Levitation”
British synth-pop duo Let's Eat Grandma, consisting of Rosa Walton and
Jenny Hollingworth, announced to push back the release of their upcoming third studio album “Two Ribbons” due to vinyl delays.
Initially, the album was supposed to be released on April 8, 2022, but has been pushed back to April 29.
The duo shared on social media, “Really sorry to announce that due to ongoing global vinyl delays we've had to move our album release date back to 29th April 2022. We've been signing CDs in the meantime.”
On March 24, the duo released the fourth single called “Levitation” from the album, following “Two Ribbons”, “Hall of “Mirrors”, “Happy New Year”.
It was written by Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton. Produced by David Wrench and Let's Eat Grandma.
The accompanying music video was directed by Noel Paul.
“It's about feeling all over the place, escaping to your imagination and being in a disorientating and surreal mental state, which can be both scary and elevating somehow – everything feels more creative and things look brighter,” Rosa Walton said of the song in a statement. “You're with someone you're close to, trying to reach out and connect to them, and even though you're both struggling, you're able to find comfort in one another, and have an absurdly funny yet meaningful time together. You begin to see some hope in your future again after a time when you'd started to lose sight of that.”
- Photo by Phoebe Fox
- source : Apple Music