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The Linda Lindas Set April Release For Debut Album 'Growing Up', Share Title Track

Wednesday, 02 February 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Zen Sekizawa

The Linda Lindas have announced their debut album.

The Los Angeles-based punk band will release 'Growing Up' digitally on April 8, with physical formats following on June 3 via Epitaph Records.

Alongside the news, they've dropped the title track, a catchy, vibrant celebration of friendship penned by singer and guitarist Lucia de la Garza. It arrives with a video directed by Opening Ceremony co-founder Humberto Leon, shot entirely on an iPhone 13 Pro Max. Leon said:

"Directing my first video for The Linda Lindas was a dream come true because I love the message and voice the girls have, and I am a true fan.

"I was really inspired by the girl's love of cats and wanted to take that to the next level and so the video is a conversation about turning points in their lives all being viewed through the gaze of their cats. It creates a narrative of whether the cats want to trade places with the girls or vice-a-versa.

"This video was extra special because I worked with the girls on designing the outfits with Batsheva, styling the looks with Rodarte and Warby Parker. The entire video was a collaboration between me and the girls. By shooting the video on iPhone 13 Pro Max, it created an intimacy with the video that felt like we were listening in on a day in the life of The Linda Lindas."

Other songs set to appear on the record include the previously unveiled Nino, Oh!, and Racist, Sexist Boy.

'Growing Up' tracklist:

1. Oh!
2. Growing Up
3. Talking To Myself
4. Fine
5. Nino
6. Why
7. Cuantas Veces
8. Remember
9. Magic
10. Racist, Sexist Boy


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