ACC Alumni: Let’s Eat Grandma

Meet Rosa and Jenny, the brains behind Let’s Eat Grandma.

Best friends since they were four years old, a music duo that’s all about breaking the genre rules. Rosa and Jenny studied at ACC Norwich at 16 to focus on and enhance their musical talent.

Access Creative College supported the duo to try a DIY approach to the music industry. 

“The Music Production course we did for our second year was really helpful. We learned how to use Logic, for example. We’ve talked a lot in interviews about how using technology has really influenced the way we’ve written our songs. I don’t think we’d have learned key things like how to use Logic if we hadn’t done that course.” – Rosa and Jenny, Let’s Eat Grandma 

In 2016, Let’s Eat Grandma released their debut studio album that they recorded at ACC, ‘I:Gemini’, through Transgressive Records. The album received critical acclaim and set the stage for their rapid ascent into the global music scene.

Starting out on the ACC curated Inbetweeners stage at Latitude, they were soon being asked to perform on the festival’s bigger stages.


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Since then, Let’s Eat Grandma have performed on some of the biggest festival stages in the world including Festival No 6, Camp Bestival and Primavera Sound.

The band released their third album, ‘Two Ribbons’, in April 2022. Working with legendary producer David Wrench (Frank Ocean, The XX, Hot Chip, Jungle), Let’s Eat Grandma embarked on the next chapter of cementing their legacy as one of the most unique bands in music, captivating audiences with their experimental sludge pop.

Want to follow in their  footsteps? Check out ACC’s Music Performance course and get that application in for September!

Last updated on: 20th November 2023