How to have the best Sunday in L.A., according to vintage scouts the Linda Lindas
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Since the Linda Lindas wooed music lovers with a commanding performance of their song “Racist, Sexist Boy” at the Los Angeles Public Library nearly two years ago — the video now has more than 1.5 million views on YouTube — their life has been anything but chill.
The all-girl punk band — a mix of sisters, cousins and chosen family ranging from ages 12 to 18 — opened for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ tour along with Japanese Breakfast last year, performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and starred in Amy Poehler’s 2021 film, “Moxie.” They also were featured on NPR’s revered Tiny Desk series and, in December, played their largest hometown show yet at the Fonda Theatre to promote their debut album, “Growing Up.”
The band did a “lot of shows” last year, “so it [felt] like a big celebration with friends,” says 16-year-old Lucia de la Garza, reflecting on their hometown show.
“We got to have an after-party on the roof,” Eloise Wong, 14, adds enthusiastically.
“All our friends were…
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