As Dr. Seuss said, “adults are obsolete children.” Welcome to New Music Friday.
Remember when Phil Spector produced the Ramones’ End of the Century, mixing his 1960s pop esthetic with their down and dirty punk sound? It was the band’s biggest hit. Now imagine Joey Ramone is a 15 year old girl with a chip on her shoulder. That’s The Regrettes.
Just a few years after meeting each other at the West Los Angeles School of Rock, these teens are bound for stardom with a major label record, a huge tour opening up for Sleigh Bells, and press in Vogue, NPR, and Rookie Magazine. With lyrics that think they’re deeper than they really are, Feel Your Feelings Fool! should be right up the alley of fans of Rupi Kaur’s hugely popular book of poetry Milk and Honey.
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