The Linda Lindas person returned with their 2nd caller azygous of 2023, “Resolution/Revolution.” Stream the opus below.
A spirited punk tune scored by a retro, guitar-led arrangement, “Resolution/Revolution” pays homage to the teen band’s influences. “Bela [Salazar, guitar] had been rocking retired to a batch of Pantera and Judas Priest erstwhile we started penning ‘Resolution/Revolution,’” the set said successful a statement. “She came successful with a riff and arsenic we worked together, it morphed into a composition.”
As for the song’s theme, lyrics similar “We’re truthful small/ But we basal tall/ Right the wrongs/ And sing along” marque it wide that teen punks are manifesting immoderate affirmative change, and presenting it successful an encouraging bundle to boot. “[The opus is] astir making tiny dents successful large problems to marque a quality successful the agelong run,” they explained. “We’ve been playing the opus unrecorded for a fewer weeks now, are excited to merchandise it arsenic a single, and anticipation it gives you a boost!” Watch the lyric video — directed by Salazar and edited by bassist Eloise Wong — below.
Like “Too Many Things,” the band’s erstwhile azygous from April, “Resolution/Revolution” was produced by erstwhile Reel Big Fish drummer, Carlos de la Garza, the begetter of The Linda Lindas’ guitarist Lucia de la Garza and drummer Mila de la Garza. Known for his accumulation work, de la Garza has contributed to albums by M83, Best Coast, and Paramore, the second of which are connected the roadworthy with his daughters currently.
The Linda Lindas are wrapping up their run of shows opening for Paramore, with the last halt acceptable for August 13th successful Salt Lake City, Utah. After that, the set volition unfastened 2 shows for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs connected October 3rd and 4th successful Mexico City. Find tickets here.
In April, The Linda Lindas played astatine Coachella, wherever they joined The Breeders connected stage for a rendition of “Saints.” Earlier this month, they joined different pioneering female-led band, hopping onstage to assistance a reunited Bratmobile screen The Runaways’ “Cherry Bomb” astatine the Mosswood Meltdown festival successful Oakland.