The Regrettes introduced their newest single, “Anxieties (Out Of Time)” to Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday, providing the late-night present’s viewers a style of the band’s upcoming pop-driven studio album Additional Pleasure, out April 8 through Warner Data.
Pushed by heavier, extra outstanding guitar tracks and an emotionally charged vocal efficiency by lead singer Lydia Night time, the Los Angeles band delivers an electrifying efficiency of the music — and divulges the easy method by which the group nonetheless invokes their punk rock roots.
“Anxieties (Out Of Time),” which lately received a campy music video directed by Raúl Gonzo, marks the fourth music The Regrettes have launched within the run as much as Additional Pleasure. The band first teased the album — their first since 2019’s How Do You Love? — with “Monday,” accompanied by a music video that includes a cameo by Olivia Rodrigo. In February, the band dropped “You’re So Fucking Fairly,” a semi-autobiographical song impressed by Night time’s struggles with understanding her sexuality.
“With this album, it feels form of full circle, as a result of our first album was referred to as, Really feel Your Emotions, Idiot — and I feel that that kind of band ethos hasn’t modified with each album that we’ve put out. This simply looks like a extra mature model of that,” Night time said of Further Joy in a recent interview with Rolling Stone. “Lots of this album was like us getting nearer as a band and like writing from a spot the place we have been all bonding over these comparable themes. And I hope that individuals can hear that within the music and really feel like they’re part of that with us.”
The Regrettes are presently on tour in help of Additional Pleasure, and can make a number of appearances at main festivals together with Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo all through the summer time.