The Linda Lindas have rocked the stacks once more, this time for an NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. The punk quartet performed the gig at the Los Angeles Central Library.

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“We're super excited, so happy to be here,” Lucia de la Garza says during the performance. “Just [a] cool space. We’re playing in the library once more.”

This is the second time the Linda Lindas have performed at a library. They became viral sensations in early 2021 after performing at LA Public Library, leading them to sign with legendary punk label Epitaph Records.

They performed their recent singles “Growing Up” and “Talking To Myself” before finishing up with the song that started it all: “Racist, Sexist Boy.”

In addition, the Linda Lindas dropped their full-length debut, Growing Up, April 8. In an interview with Alternative Press, the band spoke about the album. “Punk isn’t just one thing,” Mila de la Garza explains. “You can make it anything you want it to be. I think that’s what we wanted to do — we wanted to make punk our own.”

Check out the Linda Lindas' Tiny Desk (Home) Concert below.