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The Linda Lindas Share Dynamic Cover Of “Little Bit ‘O Soul”

We love it when punk bands put their own original spin on classic songs. The Linda Lindas are no exception, giving us a fresh take on a ‘60s classic with their cover of “Little Bit O’ Soul” by The Music Explosion. Released today via Epitaph Records, the guitar-driven arrangement is on the soundtrack for the new Amazon Prime film, ‘Totally Killer.’ From the first riff, The Linda Lindas’ cover is as evocative and explosive as your favorite Joan Jett song. The simple arrangement of electric guitars, bass, drums, and filtered vocals make the track infectiously catchy and danceable. Plus, the… Read more »


The Linda Lindas Call For Revolution On “Resolution/Revolution”

The formidable all-female punk rock force, The Linda Lindas, follows up their summer hit “Too Many Things” with an empowering anthem, “Resolution/Revolution.” Inspired by the group’s vocalist Bela Salazar’s influences from Pantera and Judas Priest, the song emerged as a rallying cry for self-discovery and embracing individuality. The lyrics exude defiance, urging listeners to break free from societal norms and be true to themselves. With fiery determination, The Linda Lindas encourage a resolution to stay authentic while sparking a revolution against conformity. Of “Resolution/Revolution” the band shares, “Bela had been rocking out to a lot of Pantera and Judas Priest… Read more »


The Linda Lindas Handle “Too Many Things” In New Video

Today the alt-rock prodigies, The Linda Lindas have shared a brand new visual for their track “Too Many Things“. This song was their first single following their most recent album release, dropping ahead of their Coachella performance. The group joined forces again with their long-time collaborator Ryan Baxley for this new music video. In the video the band members play numerous characters across the hustle and bustle of a cozy diner atmosphere. They tackle perspectives of patrons, waitresses, hostesses, cooks, and dish washers. If you have ever worked in the service industry, this video is sure to feel familiar. The… Read more »


The Linda Lindas Release “Too Many Things” Ahead of Coachella and Paramore Tour

While the pandemic brought about isolation and longing for social interaction, one bright spot during that time at home was the arrival of The Linda Lindas. Following their monumental debut album Growing Up which the young quartet dropped in 2022, The Linda Lindas have returned with their latest single “Too Many Things” via Epitaph Records. “We had a nonstop, jam-packed, and awesome 2022 playing shows, going on tours, and meeting fans and making friends across the US as well as Spain, Germany, England, Japan, Canada, and Mexico,” the band shares of their breakout year. Read more: Listen To Raw and… Read more »


News Flashes 07.21.21: Anansi Boys, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, The Linda Lindas, The Chair

[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo via Netflix, Photo via Netflix, Photo via Epitaph, Photo via Neil Gaiman] Today we’ve got news on Neil Gaiman’s upcoming television series Anansi Boys, a sneak peek at The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, a new song and video from The Linda Lindas and a look at Netflix’s The Chair starring Sandra Oh. Neil Gaiman Reveals New TV Series  This morning Neil Gaiman teased fans about an announcement later today. He’s now revealed that he’s working on another television series titled Anansi Boys for Amazon Prime. The upcoming series, which will be an adaptation of Gaiman’s… Read more »


Linda Strawberry

This week on BLACKOUT with Samantha Scarlette and Eddie Barella, long-time Billy Corgan collaborator and friend, Linda Strawberry. Strawberry is a Los Angeles artist, director, editor and musician, best known as Billy Corgan‘s collaborator. And now, the two have co-directed a new silent film called Pillbox, which screens in London next week with, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York to follow. Tickets are sold out, but you can see Corgan on an upcoming North American tour. Follow BLACKOUT on Twitter: @BLACKOUTwithUs Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes

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