The Linda Lindas serve up punk rock passion in ‘Too Many Things’ music video

Los Angeles-based punk-rock rebels, The Linda Lindas, take fans inside their family diner with ‘Too Many Things.’

Los Angeles-based all-women punk-rock sensation, The Linda Lindas, have just unleashed their latest music video for their electrifying anthem “Too Many Things,” and it’s a wild ride from start to finish.

The quartet, consisting of Eloise Wong, Bela Salazar, Mila de la Garza, and Lucia de la Garza, takes us on a raucous journey inside the band’s very own family diner.

The video kicks off with the fierce foursome seated at one of the diner’s tables, ready to ignite the punk fire. As the song ignites, we witness a whirlwind of role-playing, with the members stepping into different characters throughout the duration of the video.

From customers to cooks to waiters, sporting an awe-inspiring mustache in the shape of a cat, to old folks engaging in an intense game of chess, The Linda Lindas prove their versatility in every scene.

As the footage unfolds, we see the band taking on a multitude of tasks within the bustling atmosphere of the diner. From flipping burgers to clearing tables and taking orders, their pace quickens, subtly hinting at the overwhelming nature of their lives. It’s a punk-rock frenzy that mirrors the chaotic nature of their ever-evolving careers.

In an interview with Rolling Stones, The Linda Lindas shared that “Too Many Things” explores how their lives have transformed since their explosive rise to fame last year.

They expressed, “After taking a short break to catch our breath, recharge, focus on school, and go back into the studio, we are ready to share a song about how everything unfolds so fast all the time.” The track resonates with their experiences and delivers a raw and heartfelt message to their growing fanbase.

In their upcoming appearance, The Linda Lindas are scheduled to perform at the highly anticipated Adjacent Music Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey, this Saturday, May 27th. Their captivating live performances are known to leave audiences in awe, and this festival will undoubtedly be no exception.