Norwich duo set to take Latitude festival by storm

Let's Eat Grandma, Norwich duo performing at Latitude 2016

Let's Eat Grandma, Norwich duo performing at Latitude 2016 - Credit: Archant

There are less than two weeks to go until the start of one of the region's most popular cultural events.

This summer's Latitude Festival boasts a high calibre line-up of artists spanning the worlds of music, theatre, dance, film, and literature.

And alongside the household names of New Order, The National, The Maccabees, comedians Russell Howard and Josh Widdicombe, will be the youthful Norwich based musical duo- Let's Eat Grandma.

Consisting of best friends Jenny Hollingworth, 17, and Rosa Walton, 17, Let's Eat Grandma are multi-instrumentalists, possessing a unique and esoteric sound; which is sure to enthral both fans and new listeners at the festival, held in Henham Park near Southwold.

'People should not expect anything; we don't want to put a label on our sound as we take influences from a variety of artists.

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'But we have lots of musical influences from the K-pop genre and influences outside of music like horror films as well as our own dark hobbies,' explained Jenny.

Both girls study at Access to Music College in Norwich and have received high praise for their recently released debut album I, Gemini.

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'Live performances have been going really well and people seem to like our stuff.

We are glad to have it (I, Gemini) out there, it has been a long time and we are just glad people can hear it,' added Rosa.

The exciting duo will showcase their talents at the Sunrise Arena on Friday July 15.

Jenny enthused: 'We are really looking forward to Latitude and checking out lots of different artists.

'The festival is really important for us to get more experience; it's a really relaxed festival and great for meeting new people and socialising.'

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