“[It’s] An upbeat song that conveys clarity, confidence and ultimately joy”
Let’s Eat Grandma has shared ‘Hall of Mirrors’, her first new single in three years – you can listen to it below.
The Norwich duo – aka Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingsworth – released their second album I’m All Yours in 2018, and the following year contributed three songs to an installation by artist Tai Shan.
- Read more: Let’s eat Grandma – ‘I’m All Years’ review
Today (September 21), Let’s Eat Grandma returns with a shiny, synth-driven new track by law.
The premiere on Jack Saunders’ BBC Radio 1 show, ‘Hall of Mirrors’ comes with a fictional official video that captures the band on a hazy fairground adventure.
“I wanted to use the setting of a fairground at night to describe the giddiness, intensity, and excitement of being with such a woman, and the hall of mirrors as a metaphor for the discovery and discovery of parts of myself. I was bringing it to life as a metaphor,” Walton explained.
“In some ways it’s reflective and almost cryptic, traveling through confused and difficult emotions, but I also wanted ‘Hall of Mirrors’ to be an upbeat song that expressed clarity, confidence, and ultimately happiness. “
Directed by El Hardwicke, the visuals can be streamed above.
Details of Let’s Eat Grandma’s third studio album are yet to be revealed, although a press release promised that “more music news to come”.
In a four-star review of ‘I’m All Years’, Granthshala Wrote: “It’s a thrilling, engaging album that continues to shock: it’s a bold move and one that feels like a glimpse into the future.”