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Let’s Eat Grandma’s Rosa Walton Releases Solo Song and Video “Turning Up The Flowers”

February 20, 2023
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Let’s Eat Grandma’s Rosa Walton Releases Solo Song and Video “Turning Up The Flowers”

The single coincides with the release of the next-gen 3D cross-platform anime action videogame, Honkai Impact 3rd

Let’s Eat Grandma’s Rosa Walton today releases a new solo track, “Turning Up The Flowers”, which is out now and available to stream here

The song coincides with the release of the next-gen 3D cross-platform anime action game, Honkai Impact 3rd. Watch the official video made by Radical Dreamer with footage from the video game, here
Rosa said the following about the track: “Turning Up The Flowers is a song about the world feeling very bright and alive, and the people you love being grounding through this, but also uplifting them to be able to see it. It draws parallels between nature, light and connection between people, with the idea that they are all so intertwined and at the core almost all the same thing. It’s about both looking at nature and feeling close to someone you love, and nature looking more beautiful because of them.”

“Turning Up The Flowers” is the second solo song from Rosa Walton, following the #1 viral hit single, “I Really Want To Stay At Your House” which was featured in the Netflix anime series, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners. Let’s Eat Grandma, which is Rosa along with bandmate Jenny Hollingworth, last year released their critically acclaimed third studio album, Two Ribbons. Co-produced by David Wrench and Let’s Eat Grandma, the record received a myriad of outstanding reviews, from publications including The Guardian (“immediate, powerful and involving” – 5*), Pitchfork (“their most cohesive project yet” – 7.7) Dork Magazine (“nothing short of a masterpiece” – 5*), Rolling Stone UK (“spellbinding” – 4*), NME (“the stirring sound of reinvigoration” – 4*) and The Line of Best Fit (9/10). This followed the release of their debut album, I, Gemini (2016) and I’m All Ears (2018), as well as last year’s OST for the Netflix series, The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself.

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