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Running Behind

HOLYCHILD

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"... sugary synthpop ..."
- Billboard

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Running Behind
HOLYCHILD
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Running Behind is the first single from HOLYCHILD's debut full-length album, The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come, following up an EP that introduced HOLYCHILD to the world in 2014. The Los Angeles duo consists of vocalist Liz Nistico and multi-instrumentalist Louie Diller, who met in college in 2011 and have been writing music ever since; on this album they tackle themes of power dynamics and inequality, be it racial, social or gender motivated. Diller co-produced the album with Grammy-winning producers Greg Wells (Katy Perry, Adele) and Cian Riordan (5 Seconds of Summer, Keith Urban).

"Brat pop is rebellious pop music. We love pop, we love catchy melodies and more importantly, we love using these elements to make people think differently about their role in our culture."
- Liz Nistico, vocalist
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