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The Regrettes

Filmmaker Series • E11

The Regrettes are looking within for inspiration and learning to let go as their non-stop touring lifestyle slows in the midst of lockdown.

Power-pop outfit The Regrettes hurtled into 2020 with a momentum unmatched by almost any other musical act out there. The young, powerful quartet found their voice in electrifying melodies, self-reflective lyrics, and a willingness to stand up for their beliefs (check out the charged single “Poor Boy”). With the huge sets the LA band had planned (think Coachella) on hold due to quarantine, the Regrettes are now adapting to a changing music scene.Photos by Emma Cole

A collage featuring The Regrettes leaning in close to each other with the quote, "This past year made us more grateful than ever."

“This past year made us more grateful than ever that we’re able to connect through social media [with our fans] and that we still have continued support without touring.”

A collage of photos featuring The Regrettes standing on a balcony together as well as in their studio playing music.

“I hope we can carry that empathy, compassion, and mutual support forward into the future whenever the world returns to “normal.” I hope it's a continuation into a better world.”

A collage of photos featuring The Regrettes standing side-by-side in front of a wall and also heading inside at dusk.


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10. Orion Sun

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11. The Regrettes

The Regrettes are looking within for inspiration and learning to let go as their non-stop touring lifestyle slows in the midst of lockdown.

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