LA-based quartet The Regrettes are comprised of 15-year-old Lydia Night (vox), 19-year-old Genessa Gariano (guitar), 17-year-old Maxx Morando (drums), and 18-year-old Sage Nicole (bass) have an anthemic track with a video to match for A Living Human Girl. Every girl (or person in general) can relate to its honest lyrics like “I’ve got pimples on my face, and grease in my hair, and prickly legs, go ahead and stare, an ass full of stretch-marks, and little boobs, a nice full belly that’s filled with food, sometimes I’m pretty, and sometimes I’m not… So let’s take a listen, hit me with your best shot.”
The video hits a pinnacle at the 1:03 mark with electric guitar riffs and a pulsating drum beat over mellifluous vocals. The video is filled with relatable visuals throughout as if it was a direct look into a girls mind. Using paper dolls to conceptualize the idea that sometimes we’re moody, happy, angry, etc or that sometimes we like to dress up in skirts, dresses, or dress down all the while dealing with being judged by society for our choices. Watch the video below.
The Regrettes have already opened for Kate Nash, performed at this year’s SXSW, and finished up their tour with Tacocat. Keep an eye out for their debut album, it’s expected to drop late 2016 or early 2017 via Warner Bros.