The Regrettes announce their separation

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The Regrettes announce their separation

The Regrettes, the Los Angeles rock band, have announced their amicable split. “After many incredible years together we separated to focus on other projects,” the statement explains.

Inspired by the sound of riot grrrls, Hole and Vivian Girls, The Regrettes became known in 2016 with the release of their first singles and, in 2017, they published their official debut, ‘Feel Your Feelings Fool!’ (2017). Then, Warner Music was already behind the launch of the band, at that time led by a teenage Lydia Night.

The Regrettes grew on their second album, ‘How Do You Love?’. Published in 2019, the album contained such accurate singles as ‘Dress Up’ or, above all, ‘I Dare You’, an authentic guitar pop song that you will like if you like the Strokes. Without going any further, Julian Casablancos appears named in the credits.

‘Further Joy’, The Regrettes’ final album, was released last year, and is the one they were performing on their tour this year. ‘Barely On My Mind’ is their standout single and, right now, The Regrettes’ most listened to song on Spotify. On December 21, The Regrettes will play their last concert in Los Angeles.

Poetically, The Regrettes’ latest official release is a cover of Robyn’s ‘Dancing On My Own’.

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