Music fans will regret missing this gig
Don’t miss The Regrettes as they support SWMRS at Glasgow bar and music venue Stereo.
The LA-based punk band recently announced that they’ll play a UK tour which commences next month as guests to SWMRS. Led by 16-year-old Lydia Night, The Regrettes have established themselves as a leading breakout band with the release of their debut album Feel Your Feelings, Fool! which has earned praise from Billboard, NPR, Vogue, Entertainment Weekly and NYLON.
The band has toured extensively throughout the past year, including shows with Taco Cat, Sleigh Bells, Peaches, Cherry Glazerr and The Frights.
Outspoken frontwoman Night is known for her lyrics about smashing patriarchy and rejecting societal norms, and most recently penned an essay for Medium about body positivity.
Night on vocals and guitar is joined by members Genessa Gariano, 20, on guitar, Sage Chavis, 19, on bass and Maxx Morando, 18, on drums, who have collectively dominated the Los Angeles punk rock scene since forming as The Regrettes in 2015. Night’s bashful, blunt attitude is reminiscent of Debbie Harry and Joan Jett, drawing listeners in to the band’s infectious – and unapologetically honest – punk-driven pop songs.
They support SWMRS, formerly Emily’s Army, on October 1 in Glasgow.
SWMRS is an American punk rock band formed in Oakland, California in 2004 by Cole Becker and Joey Armstrong, with Cole’s brother Max joining only a few weeks afterwards.
They drew on a mix of influences ranging from the Beach Boys to the Ramones to create their own brand of rock.
Check out both of the USA talents when they play next month.
Tickets are available at www.seetickets. com
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