The Linda Lindas, a punk band, have introduced their latest song, “Resolution/Revolution,” which also features a self-filmed video comprised of phone-recorded clips by the band members themselves. Take a moment to experience it below.
The band provided insights on the making of “Resolution/Revolution”:
The creative process of the track began with Bela, who was heavily influenced by Pantera and Judas Priest at the time. She brought in a riff which gradually took shape as we collaborated and it eventually transformed into a song about the potential of small changes to address massive issues in the long run. Having performed it live for several weeks now, we’re thrilled to finally release it as a single and hope it inspires you!
Since launching their debut album, Growing Up, last spring, this Los Angeles-based foursome has offered their unique versions of Sleater-Kinney’s “Little Babies” and the Go-Go’s’ “Tonite.” This August, they will share a few dates with Paramore and come October, they are slated to open for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs in Mexico City.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about The Linda Lindas New Song
What is the new song by The Linda Lindas?
The new song by The Linda Lindas is called “Resolution/Revolution.”
Who influenced the creation of “Resolution/Revolution”?
The song “Resolution/Revolution” was influenced by Pantera and Judas Priest, as stated by band member, Bela.
What is the concept behind the song “Resolution/Revolution”?
The song “Resolution/Revolution” is about creating small changes to address massive problems in the long run.
Have The Linda Lindas performed “Resolution/Revolution” live?
Yes, The Linda Lindas have performed “Resolution/Revolution” live for several weeks prior to its release as a single.
What are The Linda Lindas’ upcoming performances?
The Linda Lindas will be performing alongside Paramore in August and opening for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs in Mexico City in October.
What other songs have The Linda Lindas covered recently?
The Linda Lindas have recently covered Sleater-Kinney’s “Little Babies” and the Go-Go’s’ “Tonite.”