Lyric Writing with HOLYCHILD
Friday, Feb 17th from 6-8pm
$20 | $10 for Songbird Circle Club members
For ages 12 + up
For this month only, the Songbird Circle is changing it up and inviting Liz Nistico of the brat pop duo HOLYCHILD for a special Lyric Writing Workshop on Friday, Feb 17th from 6-8pm!!!
HOLYCHILD aren’t exactly surprised that in the last few years their brand of subversive left-field pop music has caught on. Pleased, yes. Honored? Of course. But given the way the world has been convulsing of late, getting heavier and heavier each day with a new police brutality video going viral, radical religious inspired terrorist attack or another post-Cold War global power dynamic changing before our eyes, neither member find it shocking that in pop music, listeners are craving substance.
For HOLYCHILD their statement is a self-ascribed genre called brat-pop; or otherwise known as a mix of sarcastic social commentary laden lyrics with absurdist over-the-top inspired music productions Liz Nistico and partner Louie Diller perfected on their debut album The Shape of Brat Pop to Come. It’s a potent blend that’s alive and well on their newest offering, the five song EP, America Oil Lamb. The collaboration EP features the talents of Kate Nash, RAC, Mereki, Tkay Maidza, MS MR, and Kitten. The release sees the Los Angeles duo stretching their signature sound showcasing them and showing their influences of alt-rock, hip hop and R&B.