Anyone who has seen Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth aka Let's Eat Grandma live once will never forget the duo. Their playful, freaky, atmospheric sound between indie, folk, pop and psychedelica always hits a corner you didn't see coming. Their performances are refreshingly unpredictable. For example, a song can be played completely lying down or jammed to a playing time of 14 minutes. Rosa and Jenny have been making music together since they were 13 years old, which explains why the two sometimes seem like mysterious sisters who communicate telepathically with each other. Their debut album "I, Gemini" showed - like their band name - that Let's Eat Grandma have a poetic, mysterious humor all on their own. Their songs are sometimes called "Sax In The City", "Eat Shiitake Mushrooms" or "Donnie Darko". The latter song, by the way, is no less than an eleven-minute wonder and reference to the cult film of the same name. In April, their third album "Two Ribbons" was released - and starts with a majestic synth-pop banger called "New Year". The UK Guardian gave this great album a well-deserved five out of five stars, calling it an "unforgettable, powerful study of a friendship." That hits the spot, as the playful lyrics and vocals of the two sound like listening to two very good friends musing, joking, reflecting and deeptalking. In September Let's Eat Grandma will finally be seen live in Germany.