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The Regrettes to Speak with Fans at The GRAMMY Museum

The Regrettes formed in 2015, first winning over their audiences with a modern-rock sound. Each subsequent album gave way to pop roots, which fully took hold in their latest project, Further Joy. In it, the band lean in towards their “poppiest and danciest album yet.” To fans’ delight, The Regrettes will be discussing the making of Further Joy at The GRAMMY Museum in June.

Easing Anxieties Through Music

“Anxieties (Out Of Time)” is the first track off Further Joy and serves as a hell of an introduction. Lydia Night, the band’s frontwoman, sings softly over a dreamlike backing. The band gets creative in the accompanying music video, which you can watch below. The Regrettes pull no punches in their music, a feat replicated throughout their entire discography. Fans are buzzing over the chance to hear first-hand how Night and her crew created the vulnerable, raw “Anxieties” and the rest of Further Joy. 

The Evolution of The Regrettes

As many fans have noted, Further Joy feels like an evolution in sound and genre. Though Night still croons her signature vulnerable lyrics, she does so over dance-pop melodies and electronic backings. In their intimate conversation with fans at the GRAMMY Museum, we will perhaps see how this transformation came to be. We hope to hear the Los Angeles natives’ inspiration behind the album, and if we’re lucky, their plans for the future.

Information for GRAMMY Museum

The Regrettes are set to speak with fans at The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles on June 9th. The venue will be relatively small, as the band connects humbly with lucky listeners. The show, which starts at 7:30 pm, also includes rare live performances from The Regrettes. Though no setlist has been released yet, fans are expectant to hear their favorites off Further Joy, such as “Barely on My Mind” and “Monday.” Tickets for an “intimate conversation” with The Regrettes at The GRAMMY Museum can be purchased here.

Further Joy is an album that sparks conversations as well as dance parties. The Regrettes seem to be embracing their pop side, as well as maintaining vulnerability and honesty. The band is currently playing shows across North America, and tickets can be purchased here.

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