The female teenage duo of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, aka Let's Eat Grandma, have been one of the most refreshing and surprising new acts of recent years with their debut album I, Gemini. On that album they presented a wacky, unique and utterly compelling version of what music can be. It caught the imaginations of many, one of whom is in-demand producer SOPHIE, with whom they've teamed for their comeback single 'Hot Pink'.

""Hot Pink" is about the misconceptions of femininity and masculinity and the power of embracing both of them. It’s about self-expression and appreciation for an underrated colour," say the duo. You certainly get that feeling of frustration subsiding into love and happiness and back again, flung around by the humongous club-ready techno production of SOPHIE. It's certainly the biggest song from the duo to date, the beats bringing their in-your-face characteristics to the fore and into even sharper focus, making 'Hot Pink' a total knock out.

Update: The track was co-produced by SOPHIE and Faris Badwan of The Horrors. It was mixed by David Wrench.

Listen to 'Hot Pink' below.

There's no news about a new Let's Eat Grandma album just yet, but they have announced a headline show at Lightbox in Vauxhall, London, on March 8th, where they will be showing off their new live show - of which 'Hot Pink' will surely be a highlight.