Apocalipstick. She could be describing all the changes in the band since the release of their 2014 album, Haxel Princess. Former members Hannah Uribe and Sean Redman have been replaced by a new pack of wolves, drummer Tabor Allen and multi-instrumentalist Sasami Ashworth. The new trio are even harder now on such darkly intriguing songs as the horror-movie fantasy “Nurse Ratched.” At first blush, The Regrettes appear to be a sweetly poppy, retro girl group with catchy hooks, but lead singer Lydia Night’s bold lyrics on the quartet’s upcoming full-length debut, Feel Your Feelings Fool!, are barbed with slyly subversive punk-rock defiance.
“I was a lone wolf/I thought I lost my pack/Where are my ladies?/Nobody has my back,” Clementine Creevy announces on “Told You I’d Be With the Guys,” from Cherry Glazerr’s upcoming album,