Album artwork for The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come by Holychild

Los Angeles brat-pop band, HOLYCHILD debut full-length album. HOLYCHILD is comprised of Liz Nistico and Louie Diller. They met in college in 2011, have been writing music ever since and call their genre, brat pop. On their debut album The Shape Of Brat Pop to Come, HOLYCHILD takes on nothing less than the idea of power dynamics and inequality be it racial, social status, or gender-motivated. The beats are wild (thanks in no small part to Diller s stint in Cuba studying Afro-Cuban drumming), and the tongues are placed firmly in cheek. Nistico assures that while their message is clear, it s not definitive. After all, we re all humans, right? At the end of the day HOLYCHILD is about posing questions not providing answers.

Holychild

The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come

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Album artwork for The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come by Holychild
LP

$10.00

LP

Released 06/02/2015Catalog Number

GLS016801

Holychild

The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come

Glassnote
Album artwork for The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come by Holychild
LP

$10.00

LP

Released 06/02/2015Catalog Number

GLS016801

Los Angeles brat-pop band, HOLYCHILD debut full-length album. HOLYCHILD is comprised of Liz Nistico and Louie Diller. They met in college in 2011, have been writing music ever since and call their genre, brat pop. On their debut album The Shape Of Brat Pop to Come, HOLYCHILD takes on nothing less than the idea of power dynamics and inequality be it racial, social status, or gender-motivated. The beats are wild (thanks in no small part to Diller s stint in Cuba studying Afro-Cuban drumming), and the tongues are placed firmly in cheek. Nistico assures that while their message is clear, it s not definitive. After all, we re all humans, right? At the end of the day HOLYCHILD is about posing questions not providing answers.