Teen punk band The Linda Lindas have signed with Epitaph Records

The band are gearing up for a big year.
Photo credit: Jess Cowan

The Linda Lindas have signed a new deal with Epitaph Records.

The teen punk band – vocalist/guitarist Lucia, age 14, her 10-year-old sister Mila (vocals, drums), their 13-year-old cousin Eloise(vocals, bass), and longtime friend 16-year-old Bela(vocals, guitar) – recently made waves with their track ‘Racist, Sexist Boy’.

“Epitaph offered us full creative control and they’re really supportive of what we want to do as a band,” says Lucia. “We’re really happy about signing with them, and we can’t wait to put out more music.”

“We knew the song [‘Racist, Sexist Boy’] would get a good reaction, but we never imagined this,” Eloise adds. “Even though we started the band for fun, now it feels we can actually make a difference with what we’re doing.”

Lucia continues: “People have reached out to us from all over the world — we get a lot of messages from little girls, but we also get messages from grandmothers. We always hope that the music we put out will inspire other young girls, but we also want it to make anyone feel like they can do anything, no matter what age they are.”

Check out ‘Racist, Sexist Boy’ below; the band also released their self-titled debut EP in December 2020.

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