The Regrettes band photo. Image provided.
The Regrettes band photo. Image provided.

Vintage Rock Spiked with Modern Punk

Los Angeles-based The Regrettes, lead by Lydia Night, and comprised of Genessa Gariano on guitar, Sage Nicole on bass and drummer Maxx Morando.

The band is touring the United States this fall with concerts supporting Sleigh Bells on the West Coast. Their tour will stretch from San Diego to Seattle with two nights in San Francisco at The Independent.


The Regrettes have recently released a vintage style video for ‘Hey Now’ on YouTube. Dive into their unique blend of old school rock, and modern punk.

It is refreshing to see the next generation embrace punk music. Recently I heard a rapper talking about punk and rap being dead. My theory is that these forms of art within music may not thriving in the mainstream, but within subculture communities, bands like The Regrettes are winning over audiences and doing well overall.

“My music is a spectrum of every emotion that I have felt in the last year, and you can hear that when you hear the songs. Everything that is happening in my life influences me. It’s everything from boys, to friends, to being pissed off at people, to being really sad. Just everything.” – Lydia Night

Watch their latest video for ‘Hey Now’ and scan over their upcoming tour dates.

The Regrettes - Hey Now

The Regrettes on the Road

Tour Dates

Date | Location| Venue
Sat 9/17 – Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones with The Frights
Wed 9/21 – New York, NY Studio at Webster Hall with Allison Weiss
Sat 9/30 – Los Angeles, CA Non Plus Ultra
Tues 10/4 – San Francisco, CA Brick & Mortar
Fri/Nov-11 San Diego, CA North Park Observatory *
Tue/Nov-15 San Francisco, CA The Independent *
Wed/Nov-16 San Francisco, CA The Independent *
Fri/Nov-18 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom *
Sat/Nov-19 Seattle, WA Neumos *
* with Sleigh Bells
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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.