Led by outspoken 18 year-old Lydia Night, it has been an explosive past year for LA-based punk band The Regrettes.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed Attention Seeker EP, the group – rounded out by members Genessa Gariano (age 22, guitar), Brooke Dickson (age 24, bass), and Drew Thomsen (age 22, drums) – dominated 2018’s top summer festivals, earning the covers of LA Times and LA Weekly plus praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard, USA Today, Variety, and The Guardian. Since their breakthrough 2017 debut album, Feel Your Feelings, Fool!, The Regrettes have cemented their reputation as a must-see live attraction for their infectious – and unapologetically honest – punk-driven pop songs. Together, they have graced the stages of CONAN and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, toured extensively across North America and Europe, and earned widespread acclaim from NPR, Vogue, Entertainment Weekly, Consequence of Sound, and many more. They are currently working on their highly-anticipated sophomore full-length album coming summer 2019, which will include the recently released tracks, “California Friends” and “Pumpkin.”