Watch: Let’s Eat Grandma share ‘Hot Pink’ video and tour dates

Let’s Eat Grandma share ‘Hot Pink’ video and tour dates

The band will tour the UK in April.

Transgressive signings Let’s Eat Grandma made their return at the start of the month with the SOPHIE-produced banger ‘Hot Pink’.

The track now has a new video, and comes with details of new UK tour dates. They follow a sold out London show at the Lightbox next month.

Talking about the clip in a press release, the band said: “We’re trying to navigate through a city where people’s perceptions of reality are becoming more and more distorted in the fear that we’ll end up the same way.”

Expanding on the concept, the video’s director Balan Evans adds: ”Quite often when I’m coming up with ideas it’s just one image that starts the process. In this instance, it was the pixel stretching, there was something intriguing about it, enjoyably off, from that point you have a small foothold on which to build.

“The song had a really strong digital feel, so I wanted to input that into the aesthetic. The image of a tall building with a strong coloured light was something from an old memory that has stayed with me, and it felt like a fun idea, another building block.”

Watch the ‘Hot Pink’ video and view the tour dates below.

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MARCH
08 London, Lightbox

APRIL
04 Glasgow, Stereo
05 Newcastle, Riverside 
07 Leeds, Belgrave
08 Sheffield, Plug
09 Manchester, Deaf Institute
11 Birmingham, The Castle and Falcon
12 Cardiff, Globe
13 Bristol, Lantern

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