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

Photo by Jessie Cowan

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.

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“After taking a short break to catch our breath, recharge, focus on school, and go back into the studio, we are ready to share a song about how everything unfolds so fast all the time-the surprises, the disappointments, and the opportunities that pass us by at every moment,” the group continues. “In the midst of all this, we hope you have space for ‘Too Many Things’ and are ready for more music, shows, and announcements coming soon!”

“Too Many Things” marks the group’s first single of 2023 and arrives just in time before they make their Coachella debut this month. In addition to their set at Coachella, The Linda Lindas will also appear at the Los Angeles Greek Theatre opening for the legendary Blondie before supporting Paramore on a string of upcoming arena dates. You can find a full rundown of their tour dates and performances below.

Tour Dates:

  • April 13—Pomona, CA @The Glass House
  • April 15—Indio, CA @ Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
  • April 19—Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre^
  • April 22—Indio, CA @ Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
  • April 28—Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
  • May 27—Atlantic City, NJ @ Adjacent Music Festival
  • May 28—Boston, MA @ Boston Calling Festival
  • July 6—New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center*
  • July 8—Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena*
  • July 9—Austin, TX @ Moody Center*
  • July 11—Houston, TX @ Toyota Center*
  • July 13—Denver, CO @ Ball Arena*
  • July 24—Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena*
  • July 25—Portland, OR @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum*
  • July 27—Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Arena*
  • July 29—Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center*
  • July 30—St Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center*
  • Aug. 2—St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center*
  • Aug. 3—Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza

^Supporting Blondie.

*Supporting Paramore.

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