Let’s Eat Grandma’s score of Tai Shani’s Turner Prize-nominated Semiramis is out now via Transgressive

July 28, 2019


The band’s score of Tai Shani’s Turner-Prize-nominated work, Semiramis, is released digitally available now via Transgressive

Let’s Eat Grandma‘s score of Tai Shani‘s Turner Prize-nominated work, Semiramis, is available digitally today via Transgressive. The three tracks were originally composed by the British duo, comprising Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, to accompany theSemiramis performance pieces at Glasgow International

Semiramis is the culmination of Shani’s ongoing project, Dark Continent, and is an experimental adaptation of a 15th century feminist text, Christine de Pizan’s The Book of the City of Ladies. Shani uses theatrical installations, performances and films to create her own allegorical city of women populated by fantastical characters, transporting the viewer to another time and place. The performances will be restaged within the installation this autumn at Turner Contemporary in Margate as part of the Turner Prize exhibition.

You can read more information on Tai Shani’s Turner Prize-shortlisted project via The Tate website here.

Following headline shows across the UK and North America, a UK tour with Chvrches and a standout performance at Glastonbury, Let’s Eat Grandma are currently on the road playing various festivals, with This Must Be The Place (Leeds) and End Of The Road(Dorset) to come, amongst others. All live dates are listed below.

Let’s Eat Grandma’s album I’m All Ears is out now via Transgressive Records. The second act from the band was met with universal acclaim, earning 5* reviews in Q and The Guardianatop 30 UK chart position and achieved Best Album at the Q Award sand Best Sophomore Release at the AIM Independent Music Awards.

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