Photo Gallery: The Regrettes take the stage at the Westcott Theater
The Regrettes perform at the Westcott Theater
The pop-punk band The Regrettes made a stop in Syracuse as part of their national headlining tour, performing at the Westcott Theater on Thursday.
The tour is dubbed the “Get the F— Out of LA” tour in a nod to the lyrics of their 2021 single “Monday.” Singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist Lydia Night fronts the band. It also features Genessa Gariano on lead guitar, Brooke Dickson on bass and Drew Thomsen on drums. The quartet is from Los Angeles, and are all in their twenties; Night is the youngest at 21, and she has been performing since she was 12. Philadelphia’s Kississippi, fronted by Zoe Reynolds, opened the concert with a set of their indie pop tracks including “Around Your Room.”
Night and Gariano were founding members of The Regrettes, with Thomsen and Dickson joining the band in 2018. They previously opened for Twenty One Pilots and have toured both nationally and internationally. The Regrettes released their latest singles, “Monday” and “You’re So F—ing Pretty,” in 2021. They dropped an intimate music video with a soft-focus, bubblegum-pink aesthetic for the latter last month.
Their last full-length album was 2019’s How Do You Love?, and the band has been teasing an upcoming album, recently announcing on Twitter that it will be called Further Joy.