The Linda Lindas Rock Library in NPR Tiny Desk (Residence) Live performance – Billboard


The Linda Lindas went again to a sacred house to movie their model new NPR Tiny Desk (Residence) live performance: the library. Whereas loads of middle- and high-schoolers used to log numerous hours within the stacks doing analysis, for the teenager punk quartet, the Dewey Decimal system is extra than simply numbers: it is also used as a measurement of how far they’ve are available in only one head-spinning yr.

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After turning into viral sensations with a efficiency at an L.A. public library in early 2021 that obtained them signed to legendary punk label Epitaph Data, sisters Mila de la Garza (11) and Lucia de la Garza (15), their cousin Eloise Wong (14)and their household pal Bela Salazar (17) returned to the cozy confines of the L.A. Public for a present on the Los Angeles Central Library for the NPR gig.

The present begins with the pummeling pop-punk of “Rising Up,” the title observe from the group’s just-released full-length debut, snarled by guitarist Lucia de la Garza as her bandmates rock out amid cabinets of books. “We’ll dance like no person’s there/ We’ll dance with none cares/ We’ll speak ’bout issues we share,” she sings in an ideal deadpan by means of braces because the band churns behind her.

And, as a result of they’re nonetheless children, in honor of their Tiny Desk present, the LL’s folded up some colourful development paper to type a tinier, tiny desk. “We’re super-excited, we’re so pleased to be right here,” Lucia says originally of the 14-minute blitz. “Simply [a] cool house, we’re taking part in within the library as soon as extra.”

Drummer Mila de la Garza takes over for the pogo-worthy pop gem “Speaking to Myself,” grabbing lead vocals on the bouncy tune, with bass participant Wong completely lacking the deliberate humorous stage banter establishing her doomy lead vocal on the teenager lament in regards to the perils of younger love, “Why.” Mila’s drum trainer, Bleached member Spencer Lere, joins the women for the effervescent, wistful Spanish-language tune “Cuántas Veces,” which reveals off their versatility, with Salazar taking taking lead vocals on the tune about being “uninterested in feeling this fashion.”

The set, in fact, ends with the tune that helped the group explode into stardom final yr, the biting blitzkrieg “Racist, Sexist Boy,” a few racist incident from early within the pandemic that Mila was their signature tune. “Right here we go — let’s blow the roof off,” Lucia says with a smile. “I stay for hazard.” And, as marketed, they bring about the hammer down on a boy who says “imply stuff” to them with Mila and Eloise buying and selling off lead vocals.

Along with dropping Rising Up final week, the band lately dropped the spooky video for “Speaking to Myself.”

Watch the live performance under.





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The Linda Lindas went again to a sacred house to movie their model new NPR Tiny Desk (Residence) live performance: the library. Whereas loads of middle- and high-schoolers used to log numerous hours within the stacks doing analysis, for the teenager punk quartet, the Dewey Decimal system is extra than simply numbers: it is also…

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