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LA Teen Punks The Linda Lindas Make TV Debut On Kimmel

Linda Lindas

The teen band have made their first television appearance performing their ‘gone viral’ song, Racist, Sexist Boy.

Teenage punk rockers The Linda Lindas have performed their viral song hit live on Jimmy Kimmel, marking their first-ever appearance on tv. The musical guest spot follows last month’s viral video of the band performing their song Racist, Sexist Boy at the LA Public Library. The girls and Kimmel spoke about the track before their live performance. They also performed their Netflix soundtrack song, Claudia Kishi, in front of the live audience.

The band explained to Kimmel that the song had been written about boy at their school who had said his dad told him to “stay away from Chinese people.”

Despite their ages, the girls have been recording music for some time, forming in 2018. They have performed with fellow punk bands such as Bikini Kill, Bleached and Best Coast and have appeared on soundtracks for Netflix original movies Amy Poehler’s ‘Moxie’ and the documentary ‘The Claudia Kishi Club’.

The Linda Lindas released their self-titled debut EP on Bandcamp in December 2020, tracks including Monica (feat. Snacks, No Clue, Missing You, and Never Say Never.

The band were signed with Epitaph Records after their performance had gone viral carving out a place for the band in the punk scene.

The teenage punk rockers The Linda Lindas are Bela (16), Lucia (14), Eloise (13) and Mila.(10) The group is self-described as “half Latinx, half Asian.”

Racist, Sexist Boy is now on all streaming services.

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