The 50 best albums of 2022
The Kerrang! verdict on the 50 albums that shaped 2022.
The Regrettes tackle “impending doom” on the excellent Anxieties (Out Of Time), taken from their new album Further Joy.
The Regrettes have shared a powerful new single, Anxieties (Out Of Time), and accompanying video.
Taken from upcoming album Further Joy (due out on April 8 via Warner Records), the band's latest single follows Monday, You're So F*cking Pretty and That’s What Makes Me Love You, and tackles their emotions as COVID hit.
“This was one I wrote at the beginning of the pandemic, and it encapsulates that impending doom, when it felt like everything in front of me was terrifying,” explains vocalist Lydia Night. “This was before I was even diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. I think a lot of people experienced similar feelings at the beginning of the world shutting down. The chorus is a reflection of that, we wanted it to sound like an anxious, panic attack pace like you’re running out of time and it feels like that to me.”
Of Further Joy as a whole, Lydia previously revealed: “That phrase ‘further joy’ summarised what it meant to be on the hamster wheel of constantly chasing happiness, but in turn, that’s what makes you unhappy. I was stuck in a loop of wanting to be better, wanting to be good, and therefore I couldn’t be here. I couldn’t be present.”
Watch the video for Anxieties (Out Of Time) below:
Listen to Dummy, Shapeshifter and Answer – three brand-new Regrettes songs from the deluxe edition of this year’s Further Joy album.
What’s Lydia Night’s angry song? What one track always makes her cry? The Regrettes’ leader reveals all…
From Skunk Anansie to Turnstile and IDLES to Phoebe Bridgers, here’s the very best of the alternative scene from this weekend’s massive Glastonbury…
Check out our packed gallery from another incredibly special Kerrang! Awards ceremony!
What music has dominated your past 12 months? Cast your votes in this year’s Kerrang! Awards now!
The Cover Story
The rise and rise of The Regrettes looked unstoppable. But paused by COVID, Lydia Night began to wonder about everything. On their journey to rediscovering themselves and making their best album to date, she and guitarist Genessa Gariano actually found just how important this all is to them after all...