Rosa Walton says ‘Levitation’ is “about feeling all over the place, escaping to your imagination and being in a disorientating and surreal mental state, which can be both scary and elevating somehow - everything feels more creative and things look brighter.”
She added: “You’re with someone you’re close to, trying to reach out and connect to them, and even though you’re both struggling, you’re able to find comfort in one another, and have an absurdly funny yet meaningful time together. You begin to see some hope in your future again after a time when you’d started to lose sight of that.”
Watch the ‘Levitation’ video below.
After the album's release, Let's Eat Grandma will head out on their biggest UK headline tour yet in October, including a show at London's refurbished and soon-to-reopen KOKO.
See the dates below.
6 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
7 – Yes (Pink Room), Manchester
8 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
13 – Cluny, Newcastle
14 – Metronome, Nottingham
15 – Space 54, Birmingham
16 – Mash, Cambridge
18 – Thekla, Bristol
19 – KOKO, London
21 – Patterns, Brighton
22 – Epic, Norwich
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