The Regrettes Announce Original Holiday Song, "Holiday-ish" feat. Dylan Minnette
THE REGRETTES ANNOUNCE ORIGINAL HOLIDAY SONG, “HOLIDAY-ISH”
FEATURING WALLOWS’ FRONTMAN DYLAN MINNETTE, OUT DIGITALLY
OCTOBER 25 VIA WARNER RECORDS
EXCLUSIVE 7” VINYL AVAILABLE FOR RECORD STORE DAY’S BLACK FRIDAY CELEBRATION ON NOVEMBER 29
The Regrettes have announced an original song for the upcoming holiday season, “Holiday-ish” (feat. Dylan Minnette), set for release on October 25th via Warner Records. Co-written by The Regrettes’ frontwoman Lydia Night and her boyfriend, Dylan, the track will also be released as a 7” vinyl available on November 29th in celebration of Record Store Day’s Black Friday special. Side A of the 7” is the final studio recording, while Side B includes a demo version of the track that was recorded as a voice memo in the couple’s home.
The L.A. power-pop group, The Regrettes, recently released their highly-anticipated sophomore album, How Do You Love? to overwhelming global acclaim from the likes of NPR, NME, Elle, Teen Vogue, Consequence of Sound, Nylon, Kerrang and many more. The “How Do You Love?” North American tour is currently underway, continuing through the end of this month before the band embarks on a 20+ date European tour. On several dates throughout the U.S. tour, The Regrettes have been raising funds for Planned Parenthood as part of their “Bans Off My Body” campaign. Learn more here.
In 2018, the band — comprised of Lydia Night (18, vocals), Genessa Gariano (22, guitar), Brooke Dickson (24, bass) and Drew Thomsen (22, drums)—released their critically acclaimed Attention Seeker EP and dominated the year’s top summer festivals, from Coachella to Reading + Leeds, landing on the covers of L.A. Times and L.A. Weekly and earning praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard, USA Today, Variety, and The Guardian. Together, the group has graced the stages of Good Morning America, CONAN and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, toured extensively across North America and Europe, and garnered raves from NPR, Vogue, Entertainment Weekly, Consequence of Sound, and many more since the 2017 release of their breakthrough debut album, Feel Your Feelings, Fool!