The Regrettes made a huge leap forward in 2019. Their second album ‘How Do You Love?’ emerged to glowing press coverage on both side of the Atlantic, while songs including ‘California Friends’, ‘I Dare You’ and ‘Pumpkin’ propelled them to millions of streams. They also completed a huge European arena tour as guests to Twenty One Pilots and delivered killer main stage sets at both the Reading and Leeds Festivals.
The Regrettes – consisting of the charismatic 19-year-old frontwoman Lydia Night, Genessa Gariano (guitar), Brooke Dickson (bass) and Drew Thomsen (drums) – will return to the UK for a headline tour in September, following the unavoidable postponement of their March tour. It includes their biggest London show to date at the 1500-capacity Electric Ballroom. Their forthcoming UK and Ireland rescheduled shows are as follows
1st – Dublin, The Academy 2
3rd – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
4th – London, Electric Ballroom
5th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
7th – Glasgow, The Garage
8th – Manchester, Gorilla
19th – Liverpool, Melon Yellow Festival at the Invisible Wind Factory Please see www.theregrettes.com for ticket details as well as a full list of international tour dates.
‘How Do You Love?’ is an album about the most universal of emotions: love. Throughout the record, Lydia Night details the rise and fall of a relationship. It charts that first rush of butterflies, through to a destructive break-up, but ultimately finding peace and closure. Night introduces the album with a spoken-word poem before The Regrettes take listeners on a journey through love’s varying experiences. Whether your experience is romantic, platonic or simply self-love, it proves that you’re never alone.