The Regrettes made a strong impression With the release of their debut album Feel Your Feelings Fool! last year, garnering positive reviews and a growing fanbase. In between tours, the band found time to record a handful of new tracks for their latest EP, Attention Seeker that include a cover of the 1950’s hit, “Teenager in Love”. New tracks “Come Through” and “Red Light” tackle the good and bad of relationships, as songwriter and lead singer, Lydia Night explains, “I am not scared of anyone judging me, I don’t care. I don’t give a fuck if someone doesn’t like what I have to say. For every person that likes you, there’s a person that doesn’t like you. No matter what, if people can relate to the music then it’s worth it. That’s what is cool for me.” The quartet will be playing their very first Coachella in 2018 before embarking on a few UK tour dates and returning to the U.S. for major festivals such as, The Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo, Reading and Leeds Festivals back in the U.K.

The Regrettes took a moment to talk about their feelings about playing Coachella, the new music on Attention Seeker, drummer Maxx Morando’s role in an Oscar-nominated film and more. Check out the interview and their performance of “Come Through” at their show in Santa Cruz, CA:

B-Sides On-Air: Interview - The Regrettes Talk Playing Coachella, EP 'Attention Seeker'

B-Sides On-Air: The Regrettes Perform "Come Through" in Santa Cruz, CA