By Michael Cerio

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A few young California punk rock bands will set up shop Sunday on South Street. The music of SWMRS, The Interrupters, and The Regrettes will make for a loud last gasp of the weekend at The TLA.

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For The Regrettes, their vicious blend of 50’s pop and safety-pin punk has proved a perfect vessel for 17-year-old singer Lydia Night. At a young age, she has become a symbol of feminism for her frank lyrics and general badassery.

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The Regrettes | Credit: Kenneth Cappello

With honest words on self-love and a swagger that would make Joan Jett proud, Night has captured some spotlight and adulation with The Regrettes debut album Feel Your Feelings Fool!

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We had a chance to speak with Lydia Night this week about her musical upbringing, the #MeToo movement and much more. You can check out the full interview above or click here.