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The Linda Lindas, ‘Growing Up’
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Look out racist, sexist boys, The Linda Lindas’ debut album is on the way

The teenage punk group has released the title track from Growing Up, alongside a music video directed by Humberto Leon

The teenage (and pre-teen) rockers The Linda Lindas have shared details of their forthcoming debut album, Growing Up, alongside a new music video for the title track.

In case you missed the band’s instant-classic performance of “Racist, Sexist Boy” at Los Angeles Public Library in 2021 – or the subsequent praise from Hayley Williams, Kathleen Hanna, and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello – The Linda Lindas are an LA-based four-piece ranging in age from 11 to 17, who have already shared a stage with the likes of Bikini Kill and other riot grrrl legends.

News of the group’s first studio album follows their self-titled EP from 2020. In 2021, they also shared the joyous music video for “Oh!”, their first single since signing to the iconic punk label Epitaph earlier that year.

In the new music video for “Growing Up”, meanwhile, members Mila de la Garza, Lucia de la Garza, Eloise Wong, and Bela Salazar are seen dressing up and jamming out around the house. Exclusively shot on an iPhone, the feline-filled visuals are directed by Opening Ceremony founder Humberto Leon.

The Linda Lindas are also set to make an appearance on The Late Show With James Corden tonight (February 2), with another livestreamed concert scheduled to air via Warby Parker’s Instagram on February 3.

Growing Up will be released in full on June 8, via Epitaph Records, and is already available to preorder here.

Watch The Linda Lindas’ music video for the lead single below.