Luke Bather - 14th June 2017

The Regrettes and Claire Marie Vogel team up to depict the women of history who have had enough of your shit.

From the modern-day White House, all the way back to colonial America and the era of witch trials, women have been held back for no good reason and 16-year-old Lydia Night, who fronts LA punk band The Regrettes is completely sick of it.

"The video represents resistance," says Night. "Given the fact that people in those time periods couldn’t stand up for themselves, I wanted to make sure that I’m always standing up for things that I believe in and for myself.” Her youthful defiance is perfect in this clip, seeing her play the women of history and brush off the patriarchal bullshit that stopped them flourishing. It's as playful as it is angry - the kind of video that'd high five you and then spit in your eye.


“I wanted to pair the defiance of the lyrics with a handful of historical vignettes that embrace women taking control of the situations that have held them back, I wanted each scene to hint at how people might have freely spoken their inner thoughts in those moments should they have had the privilege.”

PRO Credits


DirectorClaire Marie Vogel
ProducerPaulette Agnes Ang
Production CompanyKode Media
Executive ProducerNathan Killham
1st ADCandice Perkins
Director of PhotographyMarz Miller
Focus PullerKristopher Tardy
2nd ACJared Pockalny
GafferJames Wilder-hancock
Art DirectorMiranda Lorenz
WardrobeSara Raftery
Make-upLeticia Llesmin
EditorJeremiah Mayhew
ColouristTaylor Black
Grading companyApache Color
Director's RepresentationTommy Labuda (us Representation)
CommissionerDevin Sarno

Luke Bather - 14th June 2017

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