Let's Eat Grandma

I'm All Ears


This album was released 33 weeks ago.

78% ±7% 17 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Whitewater
2 Hot Pink
3 It's Not Just Me
4 Falling Into Me
5 Snakes & Ladders
6 Missed Call (1)
7 I Will Be Waiting
8 The Cat's Pyjamas
9 Cool & Collected
10 Ava
11 Donnie Darko
Rating Source
78% 4WIM Rating
90% Clash All three, somehow?Like a magic eye puzzle falling into place, ‘I’m All Ears’ has only slightly shifted the band’s focus, but suddenly it all makes sense.
85% The Line of Best Fit
83% Nöjesguiden
82% Earbuddy Friends since their cumulative ages weren’t even in the double digits, together, they’re Let’s Eat Grandma, a weird band both very accessible and very strange.
80% The Arts Desk Where their debut album, 2016's I, Gemini, was an intriguingly bizarre oddity, their new one moves towards connecting the dots with pop.
80% The Skinny A couple of years on from their debut album, I’m All Ears emerges as the work of two young women supremely confident in their craft.
80% The Guardian After that delightful shock, the rest of the album reveals a less dramatic, but sharper, more focused new sound.
80% Music OMH Their debut release saw Let’s Eat Grandma take their first steps into the world, establishing themselves as a brilliantly odd duo – their name, their stage presence, their songs.
80% DIY Magazine On debut ‘I, Gemini’, though, the pair were bogged down by their own weirdness, the songs given little room to breathe, instead embellished to breaking point.
80% New Musical Express It was certainly a bold listen, but it was also a confused one that wearied as much as it weirded. “[We want the album] to express every part of ourselves,” the duo declared, adding “you can’t do that when you’re writing a lot of songs in the same style.” Behind the chaos, there was a clear determination to do something different, even if the execution didn’t always necessarily match the aim.
80% Loud & Quiet That’s enough pressure for anyone, but for two young people growing into their own identities, it could put you off music forever.
80% Drowned in Sound Black Emperor?'Fans of sentences that whimsical and music that eclectic would have found themselves right at home with Let’s Eat Grandma’s debut record, I, Gemini.
79% GIGsoup Consisting of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, the British duo has been one of the most invigorating musical acts over the last three years.
75% The 405 I’m All Ears opener ‘Whitewater’ has the operatic brevity of a musical melodrama overture – the record isn’t too far off it to be honest – as sonorous synth strings torpedo a dense dirge which fades into the early bars of ‘Hot Pink’s’ deceptive patience.
70% Exclaim! Music Let's Eat Grandma I'm All Ears By Matthew Blenkarn Published Jun 26, 2018 7 When it comes to transmuting specific moods into pop music, Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton are wise beyond their years.
65% Under the Radar Magazine While I'm All Ears never dips into the shrouded fervor of its predecessor, Let's Eat Grandma can still weave a curious quilt.
60% God is in the TV However, I Gemini’s songs were written when they very young and now they’re reaching the climax of their teenage years Norwich’s Walton and Hollingworth have a different perspective on life.