Holychild’s “Money All Around” Is An Irresistibly Bratty Electro-Pop Anthem: Listen

Mike Wass | April 22, 2015 5:46 pm
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The buzz around L.A.-based duo Holychild continues to grow with new single “Money All Around” — a wickedly ironic ode to the almighty dollar. “I have my money all around, just take your clothes off make me proud,” brags/demands Liz Nistico over Louie Diller’s frantic beats. “I have my money all around you, look me up I’m crawling down.”

It’s another multi-layered, demented pop anthem in the mold of The Shape Of Brat Pop To Come lead single “Running Behind.” However, “Money All Around” veers just close enough to the mainstream — think Icona Pop on peyote — to expand Holychild’s fan base beyond Silverlake hipsters. Listen to band’s brash, experimental and very, very fun track below.

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