Everything is as easy as falling out of a tree for twisted feral-pop duo Let’s Eat Grandma. Wildly imaginative multi-instrumentalists and talented putative pop stars Rosa, 17, and Jenny, 18, met when they were four years old and have been inseparable ever since. They only started playing music together four years ago and since then they’ve been declared “the best band on Earth” by Kiran Leonard, recorded sessions for BBC 6 Music, Radio X and BBC Radio 1, received praise from Iggy Pop, Boy George and Edgar Wright, been written about by the NME, the Guardian and the Quietus not to mention playing live shows at Oval Space, Iceland Airwaves and Les Inrocks. This June sees them release their debut album, I, Gemini on Transgressive… and they’re still at college.