By: Staff – L.A. power-pop group The Regrettes share new track “I Love Us” today, marking the start of an exciting next chapter for Lydia Night and the band. As their most significant musical growth to date, the synth-driven track turns a corner sonically, teasing a fresh creative direction as they work on their forthcoming … Continue reading
By: Staff – L.A. power-pop group The Regrettes have shared a new quarantine anthem “What Am I Gonna Do Today?” via Warner Records. The new track comes alongside a video featuring footage shot by the band depicting the (sometimes humorous) reality of everyday life during the lockdown. Frontwoman Lydia Night explains, “Weirdly enough, I wrote … Continue reading
Photos by: Morgan Hotston – Los Angeles-based punk rock band The Regrettes, who released their second studio album, How Do You Love?, on August 9th, 2019, performed at Velvet Underground in Toronto last night (Oct. 8th).
By: Jessica Nakamoto – From the climatic heartbreak of a Shakespearean tragedy to the fairytale ending of a Disney film, it’s clear that legendary love stories often thrive in the presence of extreme highs and lows. And while an idyllic Cinderella tale is often enough to prompt a carefree daydream, when it comes … Continue reading
Photos by: Daniel Hager – Los Angeles-based punk rock band The Regrettes, who released their newest EP, Attention Seeker, on February 23, 2018, which followed up their debut album, Feel Your Feelings Fool!, which was produced by Mike Elizondo (Mastodon, Regina Spektor, Tegan And Sara, Twenty One Pilots), performed at Chop Suey in Seattle last night (March 21st) with … Continue reading
Photos by: Joanna Glezakos – Oakland, California-based punk rock band SWMRS, who released their third album, Drive North, on February 16th, 2016 via Uncool/Burger, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Dec. 2nd) with Los Angeles-based ska-punk band The Interrupters, who released their sophomore album, Say It Out Loud, on June 24th, 2016 via Hellcat Records, and indie garage … Continue reading
Photos by: Daniel Hager – Brooklyn-based noise pop duo Sleigh Bells, who released their self-produced fourth album, Jessica Rabbit, on November 11th, 2016 via Torn Clean, which featured the singles “Rule Number One”, “Hyper Dark”, and “I Can Only Stare”, and which followed up their 2013 album, Bitter Rivals, performed at Nuemos in Seattle last night with indie garage pop band The Regrettes. … Continue reading