The Linda Lindas are back with a bang in 2023, dropping their two and a half minute pop punk single 'Too Many Things'. Check it out!
The Linda Lindas are back in action and have just dropped their latest single, ‘Too Many Things’ – their first single for 2023.
The teen punk band, who first came to prominence when their performance of ‘Racist, Sexist Boy’ at the Los Angeles Public Library went viral in May 2021, has been pretty busy over the past year, playing shows all over the place, from the USA to Spain, Germany, England, Japan, Canada, and Mexico. That’s a lot of travelling!
After taking a breather to focus on school and get back into the studio, they’re finally ready to share some new music with their fans.
Their newest toon ‘Too Many Things’ is a pop punk track that runs for a tight two and a half minutes. It’s all about a relationship that’s falling apart, so if you’re going through something similar, this song might just hit the spot.
In 2022, The Linda Lindas came out with their first album called ‘Growing Up,’ which was followed by some killer singles like ‘Lost in Thought,’ a collab with Kathi Wilcox and Erica Dawn Lyle from Bikini Kill and Vice Cooler from The Raincoats, a cover of The Go Go’s classic ‘Tonite’, and a festive tune called ‘Groovy Xmas.’
Later this month, they’re hitting the road and will be performing at Coachella and opening for Paramore’s North American shows.
Main Linda Linda’s Photo by Jessie Cowan
Apr 13 – Glass House in Pomona, CA, US
Apr 14 – Coachella (Weekend One) in Indio, CA, US
Apr 19 – Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (LA), CA, US
Apr 21 – Coachella (Weekend Two) in Indio, CA, US
Apr 28 – Hard Rock Live Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV, US
May 26 – Boston Calling in Boston, MA, US
May 27 – Adjacent Music Festival in Atlantic City, NJ, US
Jul 6 – Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA, US
Jul 8 – Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, TX, US
Jul 9 – Moody Center ATX in Austin, TX, US
Jul 11 – Toyota Center in Houston, TX, US
Jul 13 – Ball Arena in Denver, CO, US
Jul 15 – Acrisure Arena at Greater Palm Springs in Palm Desert, CA, US
Jul 24 – Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, WA, US
Jul 25 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, OR, US
Jul 27 – Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, UT, US
Jul 29 – BOK Center in Tulsa, OK, US
Jul 30 – Enterprise Center in St Louis, MO, US
Aug 1 – Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, WI, US
Aug 2 – Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN, US
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